EDP restaurant by José Carlos Cruz, Oporto – Portugal

December 24th, 2012 by retail design blog

Taking advantage from the image that characterizes all the headquarters of EDP, aluminum profiles organizes the space dividing a large restaurant area into smaller more intimate environments with different heights and ceiling heights. This language allows, through the lighting, to create a more relaxed atmosphere during the day, and in contrast, a more formal atmosphere overnight. A game of mirrors located above the block of toilets allows a particular relationship with an upper cooking.

Designed by José Carlos Cruz







http://www.josecarloscruz.com

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