Rosalia Salad Gourmet is born in the beating heart of the university city of Novoli in Florence, a place that accompanies the vision of the owners Vincenzo and Giancarlo in search of freshness and experimentation. Architecture and cuisine, two creative universes that come together to create a street food model based on well-being and taste. For the architectural project they relied on the Florentine studio S + S, founded in 2011 by Diletta Storace and Nicola Spagni, creating a young space capable of conveying a welcoming and reassuring culture, with a strong aesthetic impact, with an artisan flavor. Something similar to the cuisine of the past. The protagonists are the materials and colours that go beyond conventions. The fil rouge of the entire intervention is the ceramic floor, chosen for its decorative values, the references to tradition and, last but not least, all those characteristics that make porcelain the ideal material in architecture: naturalness and eco-compatibility, a wide choice of formats and decorations, resistance, anti-slip and ease of installation and maintenance. This is the "Patchwork Colors" collection in the 20x20 size that Ceramica Sant'Agostino has launched to decorate residential or commercial spaces, on walls or floors, through graphic stylistic features and colour combinations that refer to the cement tiles, reinterpreting tradition in a contemporary key, typical of the Art Deco and Liberty interiors of the early twentieth century.