In collaboration with Adam Bresnick.
This restaurant is located on one of the corners that overlooks the new Born Culture and Memory Centre, the former Mercat de Born. Food here is king: based on four types of cuisine, our intervention and decoration works alongside it, never upstaging it. The place was cleaned down to its essence, leaving the brick exposed, and it was painted a warm grey, creating a uniform container. The floor is a basic element of Saboc because the hydraulic mosaic in hexagons used in the mid-19th century based on the Passeig de Gracia’s paving combining different shades of grey was recovered.
The fixed furniture is made of phenolic plywood board with a white glaze to soften the tone, which, accompanied by indirect lighting and upholstery in warm grey, creates a cosy atmosphere. The furniture displays its Nordic influence, the soft lines and fine materials make their presence felt, and the use of upholstery in an ochre yellow provides a touch of representative colour to the restaurant.