Maringo restaurant by Velvet Projects, Conil de la Frontera – Spain

April 15th, 2017 by retail design blog

The Maringo Restaurant project is born from the need to create a dynamic space that tries to escape from formalisms. The restaurant is shown as an artificial landscape, whose elements, natural materials and noble, are static compositions, which simulate a constant movement.

A giant M draws the space and the room is organized around a large central tapestry, axis and neuralgic point of the room, in which the composition and proportion, create a warm and fluid space, which manages to generate infinite points of view.

Design: Velvet Projects

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