Grandvalira projects represent a reinterpretation of local values and habits. Superfluous elements have been sifted in order to obtain the essential ones only, which gives the restaurant with an entirely innovative look. Pine wood and the warmth of wool upholsteries contrast with its robust furniture, which has been designed to handle the hard treatment received during ski season.
The clear image of an Alpine cabin emphasizes the warmth we have looked for in both projects. With several furniture typologies we have created very distinct atmospheres that coexist in perfect harmony, so the users can enjoy the choice of different options according to their likes and personal needs. This wide range works with poetical accuracy in unison, embellished with the amazing mountain views seen from its large windows.
Halfway between tradition and modernity, Solanelles and Cubil buildings emerge from Grandvalira snowy mountains, and it is here where the latest restaurants designed by Stone Designs can be found. It is a project that combines perfectly the best tradition of mountain villages with the modernity of a simple and functional space. It focuses on enjoyment, taking care of every detail, in order to make the user feel at home and find shelter during the hardest of winter days.
About Scout lamp
Devised by Stone Designs, the Scout blends in naturally with this singular venue due to its decorative nature and technical functionality. In addition to featuring a sizeable shade – 60 cm in diameter – the Scout allows the user to direct its light through the use of a simple angular motion system. This versatility, along with its unique retro look, spurred Stone Designs to choose the Scout to light the restaurant’s American diner-style tables and booths.
Photography: Stone Designs
Furniture: Most of the designs are made by Stone Designs for this project, Scout lamp by Stone Designs to B.Lux, Pleat Box lamp of Marset
Materials: Fabrics from Camira and Bute, Pine wood, Tiles from Hisbalit