The main concept was to generate different atmospheres, creating a range of chromatic colors while playing with geometries, that is why a beige partition was chosen as a design element, which is organically repeated creating a game of architectural elements such as lattices , walls, stairs and bars, which provide rhythm and texture.
The project is developed on two levels with double height, framed by a belt of partition lattices that function as bars and railings. On the ground floor is the access which ends with a bar that lobbies and in turn functions as a container for a booth with tables, which marks the beginning of the diners area which crowns with the drinks bar with a star lattice backrest. that fulfills a double function as a bottle display. On the right, the dining room adjoins the open kitchen area where the oven for pizzas and rotisserie for cuts of meat can be seen, while on the left we find a double-height section with roller murals that emphasize the character of home cooking. that Argentalia has.
To access the upper floor, we designed some sculptural stairs, which generate an interesting route for the user, these are composed of a tunnel made of embrasures, partition and wood, which are born and are interspersed with the wooden beams of the ceiling, which in turn have a game of heights and a slant that gives character to the double height. On the upper floor, the dining area continues with different types of furniture and environments, among which are the booths area with walls in dry green tones and photographs related to the raw materials used in the kitchen.
Next is the area with wooden roller murals that in turn unfold and create tables where users can enjoy an intimate atmosphere.
On the right side of the upper floor, a space was created that is embraced by a wall of partitions with different textures and is also "suspended" between two double heights, one that faces the patio and provides a feeling of spaciousness and the other that works. as an integrator of the two levels from where you can see the mega wooden bands with rollers that rise from the ground floor.
Design: Faci Leboreiro
Team: Carlos Faci, Marina Leboreiro
Photos: Onnis Luque