Che Figata is an Italian restaurant with a European-style market located in Naperville, Illinois. The restaurant serves up “Italy to Table” themed meals focusing on homemade pasta and pizzas with a few twists on Chicago classic dishes. At 7,500 square feet, Che Figata seats around 220 people.
In Italian, Che Figata (pronunciation: /kay fah-GAH-tah/) is a slang expression that means roughly “that’s cool” and is used when discovering something special. The restaurant itself is designed and inspired by the phrase to bring a fresh and modern, yet authentic Italian dining experience to Naperville.
Outside the restaurant, Banker Wire architectural woven wire mesh pattern H-1 sits within Banker Wire U-Edge, used as part of the railing infill that surrounds the Che Figata patio. The stunning H-1 is made with a helical crimp that was an award-winning innovation by Banker Wire. The 62.4% open area of H-1 allows for a distinct feeling of privacy, yet allows airflow and sightlines to continue. The panels were powder coated by building owner. With its unique helical nature, H-1 lends an elegant and modern touch to Che Figata’s outdoor patio seating.
Aria Group Architects
Midwest Fence Corp.