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The Cullera de Boix Restaurant, with extensive experience in Barcelona serving rice dishes and Mediterranean tradition, opens in Rambla Catalunya. Its superb location, close to Plaza Catalunya, a gentle and retail brand design for plural public. The spacious and intimate looking for a balanced climate and nuances in their finishes and textures zonifiquen different dining spaces, bar, cafeteria, lobby.


Remove rice crop, grain, field geometries, the color palette of nature carved to create balanced, bright and friendly spaces. A design work and abstraction, where the pleasures of the palate sensations must accompany.


Lightening plays an important role in a project, where the variety of finishes and textures will be enhanced. Bathing point luminaires wall lights and create great powerful theatrically to highlight the light / dark and accentuate the natural volume of trim, upholstery and other decorative resources.


The presence of stained glass with a touch of color, the hydraulic mosaic and wrought iron railings, pay tribute to a modernist Barcelona which did not want to forget.
At the same time, the predominant oak aged present throughout the premises, the point exploded Hungary and oxidized using mirrors, give us a point of rudeness to all, closer to the agricultural world of deriving rices your letter.


The stairs to the main dining room, one of the strategic points of the room, looking for the constant visual of the entire restaurant from the street.
This is a core element, linking different levels and different activities. His continuity in use of the oak, dedicated lighting and wrought iron railing marking historical, provide a natural circulation through all spaces.

Design: Batua Interiores Creativos / Marina Palmés Vives
Photography: Mercè Gost Photo

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