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AN INTERACTION OF MIRRORS, SHADOWS AND LIGHTS ARE THE BETS OF SUCCESS OF TRES CINCO UNO IN THEIR DESIGN FOR THE CLAROSCURO RESTAURANT (MADRID, SPAIN)
The restaurant has a 200-square- meters space whose design has been inspired by brutalist architecture, in the 60’s Madrid style and in bar’s informal culture.
If there is something that characterizes the interior design of the restaurant are the lots of mirrors that runs along the perimeter of the space; a monumental skylight with natural light during the day and an imposing lamp at night; a corridor of geometric arches that end in different subspaces that be dining rooms; and the marbles curtains typical of the 60’s spanish bars. Together create an eclectic space, to the time harmonious.

Designed by Carlos Carrillo y Pablo Poblet

Photo by Maria Suay

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