La Tiza Bar & Restaurant by Velvet Projects, Seville – Spain

October 28th, 2015 by retail design blog

La Tiza is an established and rapidly growing brand in Andalusia where it already has several stores in the provinces of Jaen, Malaga and Sevilla.

The new version of Chalk is a space, casual, fun and rogue located in a central street of the Andalusian capital. From the beginning the idea of ​​creating a union between the bustle of Andalusian streets and the silence of its courtyards became the leitmotif of the project and introduced an interesting challenge in the design of the premises. It is very important the proportion, composition and balance between its three main elements: the element wood, vegetable element and corrugated element.

The design of the premises will be articulated on the basis of these principles, seeking to create an artificial landscape in constant motion. The floral art of the Seville courtyard It is represented inhis right wall, the water fountains in the front wall and suspended ceiling panels, small static compositions that simulate peace that transmit their trees. The local has two heights, has in the center a U-shaped bar that becomes the backbone of space.

Design: Velvet Projects
Photography: Ruben Gil Barrios

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