Taqueria La Lucha by Métricastudio, Monterrey – Mexico

July 8th, 2014 by retail design blog

Taqueria La Lucha in Monterrey México is a project of interior design mixing the paraphernalia of the Mexican lucha libre theme and the traditional taco stand. We generated a space that represents the luchador lifestyle mixed with the the feeling of the tribunes of a lucha libre arena. The colors and textures are representations of the luchador mask and simple materials that can be found on a puesto de tacos.

Project by: Métricastudio
Design in charge: José Angel Cantú
Photosgraphy by Shava Cueva

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