Cassava Roots©, known for its innovative
proposal for how to drink tea, entrust us the task of designing one of their branch shops in Boca del Rio, Veracruz. Mexico.
Vintage furniture displayed over a strip of burnished concrete and under an urban environment with a certain doses of psychedelia represents the proposal within the commercial venue of 85 sq. meters.
The main access is framed in with a 4.5 meter of height clear glass which allows the view inside de venue highlighted by the color and forms of a graffiti turned into the background mural painting through which the service accesses are subtly vanished, service accesses that are situated in a lesser proportion and delimited by a big black granite bar and frosted glass.
The side walls and plafond were painted black in order to highlight the lamps, the graffiti and two green vegetation panels, which bring balance to the place, as well the furniture was arranged in a manner for creating small living rooms for conversation generating by this interaction between the users.
Carlos Antonio Castillo / Jimena Díaz Lombardo / Jorge Carrillo
ProjectTeam Luis Griz, Julio Cesar Romero
Graffiti Cesar Pérez Alegría
Glass Wall AKVALO – Jaime del Val
Contractor ©Taller ADC
Photography ©Rafael Gamo
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