The tuna is the reason of being of this restaurant and the most representative product of the village is located , we give it the principal role, for it, we opted for a big collage in the wall.
The placement of the wooden ceiling in the same way they do fish flakes contribute to the overall sense of movement and fulfill a dual function, aesthetics and acoustics.
With a recurring turn of some elements, bar, suspended structure roof, front tapestry bar, we aim to achieve a feeling of spaciousness in which the lines that form it appear to leak at different points, making of the restaurant a more fun and inviting space.
UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
El Campero restaurant in Barbate, Cádiz, specializes in almadraba red tuna, is a benchmark of Cádiz cuisine.
The reform aims to unify spaces both structurally and aesthetically .
We Increase natural light expanding the window openings in facades.
Straight lines of neutral tones in the predominantly white contrasting with the warmth provided by the wood.
OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
Eating, having dinner, drinking, talking, laughing
PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
The project started in January 2015 in Barbate, Cadiz and finished in March 2015 in Barbate.
FITS BEST INTO CATEGORY:
Interior Space and Exhibition Design
PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
Wood oak, pine wood, silestone, ceramic tile, hydraulic tile, printing high resolution
SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
270 m2 surface x 290cm Height
el campero, velvetprojects, restaurant, restaurantdesign, interiordesign, joseramonlosada, dream
The proposed design tries to recreate a soft, romantic environment.
The result is timeless, modern, spacious and friendly.
It is intended that the visit to the place is like a trip.
i think of an element that worked as a physical and aesthetic center was thought of the tuna, the sea, its light, its reflections and tried to reproduce them in the interior.
By bringing an entire exterior landscape into the interior, materialism and corpulence are decomposed into light and movement.
This creates a dynamic space with many reflections and shadows where the spatial perception is amplified.
Get a place that be recognizable by its design, as it already was for its kitchen
TEAM MEMBERS (1) :
Jose Ramon Losada Prieto