Posts Tagged ‘Merida’

Colonial House Recovery on 64th Street by Nauzet Rodríguez, Merida – Mexico

March 28th, 2017

The location of the kitchen and its distribution, the bar area, living room and dining rooms, etc. are rigorously adapted to the rooms of the building and its circulations, resulting in a bar, that although might not respond strictly to the most conventional typologies of its kind, becomes a space full of peculiarity and character

Hermana República by Muñoz Arquitectos, Merida – Mexico

October 19th, 2016

The traditional “stone walls” of Yucatán, are represented by gabion walls in which they inserted some PVC tubes to allow the wind to pass through.

Malahat Speakeasy & Mixology bar by Bienal Comunicación, Mérida – Mexico

August 16th, 2015

We created a handwritten logo, not very legible with a mysterious air; our purpose was to keep the enigma behind “The Queen of Rum Row”. We created a symbol integrating many elements that contribute to give the bar a very unique personality.

Nectar restaurant by R79, Merida – Mexico

June 28th, 2014

The main attraction of the project is the Kitchen, this open, flow space its confined by a counter made of Stone Blocks who had been posted on there places with a crane, it’s a perfect contrast mixed with the transparent glass bar on top of it, that how together coexist the traditional and contemporary materials.