The duo presents their latest project in Valencia (Spain) for Living Bakkali, a restaurant that plunges us into the Middle East thanks to its architectural bias ... 

The central hall which connects the entrance to the kitchen guides guests through the space which is divided into two parts: an intimate area offering an ideal setting for evenings as a couple or with friends and an elevated space promising a wide view. on the whole restaurant. The architecture has been designed so that customers imagine themselves walking in a street of old houses ...

When the forms which are intended to be organic contrast with each other, the walls, floors and ceilings give pride of place to the art of adobe ... As for the color palette, it is intended to be neutral but with nuances which are reminiscent of the desert. For their part, the lights are a call to illuminate the Orient! 

Here, Masquespacio pays homage to the unknown and wonderful world of the Orient, with particular attention paid to its architecture from the past.






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