Bonhomía Salumería deli & restaurant by Blaster, Medellín – Colombia

February 14th, 2015 by retail design blog

Bonhomía is a delicatessen/restaurant located in one of Medellin’s most vibrant restaurant and pub streets, Via Primavera. The old building where it is located was restored, with the aim was to preserve its architectural nature and atmosphere. Bonhomía in Spanish means affability, simplicity, goodness and honesty in the character and behavior, and this is the spirit that guided the design. True and honest materials and a simple and timeless aesthetic, give the restaurant a welcoming and familiar look; a kind and unpretentious atmosphere. The restaurant, with over 400 sq meters, has 4 main areas; a deli with a selection of cheeses and cold cuts, a bakery, a small market and wine cellar, and an open air terrace to enjoy Medellin’s year-long spring-like weather.

Design: Blaster
Brand by: CBW Agencia
Photography: Simón Parra












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