Pio Pio Restaurant by Sebastian Marsical Studio

July 8th, 2011 by retail design blog

A nice restaurant design which is called the Pio Pio Restaurant is completed designed by the Sebastian Marsical Studio. This amazing restaurant is built in New York. By the architect, this restaurant is built by two components of materials, it is concrete and wood. The restaurant is discovery of a finely wooden box set into an existing building on 10th Ave. It is immediately defines the initial intentions of this design: mystery, discovery and contradiction. The guest of this restaurant is enters this rustic wooden box and it is removed from the noisy Manhattan streets. Which is enclosed in reclaimed wood, an exquisite marble host-table are floats within the space. But however, this is only a glimpse of what exist beyond. The limited view is increase the tension and desire for the exploration.

A sparkling brass vestibule is glows within a second wooden box in the following space. This is stimulating the entry which is leads to a 40-foot, monolithic marble bar resting on a distressed concrete floor. At the end of the restaurant, the bar is also defines the long corridor towards another space, it is set at the bottom of a light of stairs. Here, the light is dims and one finds oneself contained in a volume woven entirely in Ocotillo canes. A series of concrete forms simultaneously, it is enclose this main dining hall and it is integrate it with the various restaurant services. The experience is no longer defined by the relationship of the restaurant with the New York City, once inside; here the magic belongs to a fantastical experience which is characteristic of the Latin America.

Photography by Paul Rivera


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