Biggy — Wroclaw, Poland

Biggy restaurant in Wroclaw, Poland with bright primary coloured fixture and fittings
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For its latest Wrocław project – a thoroughly unexpected take of an American diner – local studio BUCK has mined the rich look-book of 1970s Americana, in particular its moody Broadway set designs and street life. 

The effect is startling, not least because Biggy’s psychedelic pop art flash is such a contrast to the medieval classicism of Rynek market square just outside. Steel mesh screens in shades of electric pink, red and blue demarcate zones, separating a sit-down section from counter seats lined with geometric tripod stools. Neon signs designed by Łukasz Wojciechowski shimmer with unusually smart quips – ‘Cheesus walks with me’ and ‘Legalise marinara’.

Meanwhile, a vintage video game machine and hip-hop music on the soundtrack keep customers suitably entertained whilst they work their way through Biggy’s craft beers and wait for head chef Paweł Bieganowski to send out fluffy slabs of Detroit-style pizza and burgers encased in a potato roll.

Biggy restaurant in Wroclaw, Poland with bright primary coloured fixture and fittings

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Biggy restaurant in Wroclaw, Poland with bright primary coloured fixture and fittings

(Image credit: press)

Biggy restaurant in Wroclaw, Poland with bright primary coloured fixture and fittings

(Image credit: press)

Biggy restaurant in Wroclaw, Poland with bright primary coloured fixture and fittings

(Image credit: press)

Biggy restaurant in Wroclaw, Poland with bright primary coloured fixture and fittings

(Image credit: press)

Biggy restaurant in Wroclaw, Poland with bright primary coloured fixture and fittings

(Image credit: press)

Biggy restaurant in Wroclaw, Poland with bright primary coloured fixture and fittings

(Image credit: press)

Biggy restaurant in Wroclaw, Poland with bright primary coloured fixture and fittings

(Image credit: press)

Biggy restaurant in Wroclaw, Poland with bright primary coloured fixture and fittings

(Image credit: press)

ADDRESS

Kuźnicza 10A
Wrocław

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Daven Wu is the Singapore Editor at Wallpaper*. A former corporate lawyer, he has been covering Singapore and the neighbouring South-East Asian region since 1999, writing extensively about architecture, design, and travel for both the magazine and website. He is also the City Editor for the Phaidon Wallpaper* City Guide to Singapore.