Rook a strategy game on contemporary chessboard. A design concept based on the contrasting nature of White and Black and traditional methods in food preparation and culinary experience. The design aims at unique personalities that color their routine with strong moments of joy. They seize the day in a strategy game among winners and transform their day into perfection. Taking into account that delight is not absolutely black or white, the space has been conceptualized as a black and white canvas that can be colored by human scale and daily routines. Adaptive re-use of a building formerly used as a retail store that was built over the ruins of roman baths. The walls in the basement were refurbished using old masons techniques, utilizing goats wool and mineral powders. Antique metal finishes, gold, structural beams and vintage leather they come to enhance the element of antiquity along with the aroma bouquets of the reserve wines and the yellow warm lights reminiscent of workplace lamps. Two longitudinal ceiling glass lanes, allow the natural light to enter the basement area while working as a metaphor of ground openings that allow the unification of bright present with antiquities of the past. The ground level has been conceptualized as an existing open space whose metallic arches, plaster cornices and patina elements are just given a fresh look, while all the utilities, food preparation, office and hygiene areas are all concentrated in a black box extended from floor to ceiling.