The goal of this project was to create a space that felt like a homey restaurant along the pier, so we decide to use materials that are commonly seen and accessible in local ports such as crates for exhibiting fish, wooden planks, ropes and sailcloth among others in a re interpretative way, achieving a modern yet casual style.
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‘the letter E is everywhere’ now on show at Archivo Diseño y Arquitectura, Mexico City (until August 9, 2013) provides an intimate look into the work of of the Berlin studio Manuel Raeder. The exhibition is presented in partnership with Centro de Diseño de Oaxaca (where it was first shown in late 2012).
The bookshelves are not only used as storage, but serve as a dynamic space to play and learn, to fire the imagination and provide comfort while reading. The installation’s colorful and geometric aesthetic contrasts directly with its antique, industrial building, elevating both elements in a cheerful and unique way.
The jungle, the Caribbean Sea, the ruins, and the local architecture are the backdrop and magnificent canvas to this bohemian chic contemporary designed hotel – where pure, elegant, stylish, and rustic are just a few of the feelings which the hotel exudes. Unified in a tranquil beachfront environment, they provide guests with a truly majestic and extraordinary hospitality.
The use of different types of wood as well as warm, indirect lighting provide a welcoming atmosphere. The space behind the bar shows an exclusive design: a grid that makes the exact position of every article clearly visible. It also has two crystal carafes which, held by a simple mechanism, serve mezcal very easily.
Our job as brand developers was to create a personality where we could glorify traditional kitchen values making the most of regional raw materials. For the interiors, we developed a project where antique elements could be combined with modern objects allowing the space to communicate its gastronomical concept.