Café de la Escalera by MRZ Arquitectos, Mexico City – Mexico

April 14th, 2016 by retail design blog

In the heart of Palacio de Hierro Polanco, we ventured to create an oasis for fine dining. Located on the ground floor between the perfume area and one of the store’s main halls, Café de la Escalera is a petit restaurant featuring the renowned French-style cuisine of chef Maricú Ortiz. The bar, embracing the kitchen with one section for dining and another for customer service, is the space’s central attribute—facing its ambience both seamlessly and uniquely.

The kitchen’s outer walls are overlaid with panel boards of white lacquered wood, producing a clean and bright exterior, welcoming the passersby. This modular and tridimensional arrangement sets an easy-to-find rendezvous for the customer who wants to either just take a break from a long day’s shopping, or enjoy an exquisite diner among friends. Café de la Escalera remains a simple yet elegant place in one of the most luxurious shopping centers in Mexico City, a place that evokes a boutique and exclusive personality amongst the top global brands.

Designed by MRZ Arquitectos
Photography by Lalo Ochoa













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