PaCatar Restaurant by Donaire Arquitectos, Seville – Spain

January 5th, 2012 by retail design blog

Interior design restoration in a space located in the city center of Seville into a Restaurant themed around the world of wine. The main aim was to create a space where to integrate the tradition of wine culture and modern cuisine.

The materials used in decoration have been wood, metal, glass, acustic panels and concrete floors, trying to make a special lighting contrast in order to create a special environment using different storage vessels which have been designed exclusively for this space. Out of context we are using a proper element of wine culture as a lighting element. Little details are really important working in small spaces. What it was needed to create was a different space with huge contrasts.

Our intervention in this space has been focused on trying to give importance to some unique elements that there were already in this place. Brick walls, cast iron pillars and large headroom. The new interior design of this space is based on the conservation and exhibition of old wine bottles.

Photographs: Fernando Alda

Designed by Donaire Arquitectos

































http://www.archdaily.com/192511/restaurant-pacatar-donaire-arquitectos/

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One thought on “PaCatar Restaurant by Donaire Arquitectos, Seville – Spain

  1. Dream House says:

    So beautiful! I like this simple and attractive look of restaurant and specially design of lighting in wine bottle shape.

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