Yes you have to be full of sensitivity to achieve a project as contemporary and successful as this one. The studio Lucas y Hernández-Gil has managed to create an industrial atmosphere dotted with touches of comfort, serenity, brutality, intimacy at times and a modernity assumed. The raw materials that we particularly like, namely concrete and metal, are contrasted by softer and subtle tones that give the whole space a great atractiveness. We love, we share !
Project: Casaplata Restaurante, Sevilla, Spain.
Location: Calle Amor de Dios, 7, 41002 Sevilla, España
Architecture: Lucas y Hernández-Gil Architects > www.lucasyhernandezgil.com
Architects: Cristina Domínguez Lucas, Fernando Hernández-Gil
Furniture Design: Kresta Design > @krestadesign (insta)
Completion: Dec 2017
Photo (c) Juan Delgado
"CASAPLATA is a restaurant and cocktail bar in the very center of Seville. In this context a lot of restaurants are looking for a historical revival from the past. In contrast, our project is betting on the future, avoiding nostalgia and looking for our own and singular image. As Georgio Morandi's still lives this project can be defined as some strong color pieces that stand out over a silver gray atmosphere. All these with the aim of reinforcing the gastronomical experience by blurring the lines of the environment to focus on what is within reach. On this underdone stage appear vaporous furniture made on colored perforated sheet." the Architects.
Courtesy of the studio Lucas Y Hernández-Gil / photo Juan Delgado