The design takes its inspiration from the dreams of chef Sergio Giraldo and bartender Cristóbal Bouchet to open their own restaurant La Sastrería, with the help of Grupo Gastroadictos.
Like most of Masquespacio’s projects, the project aims to fulfill the vision of a group of young entrepreneurs seeking to offer a new culinary and sensorial experience in Valencia.
Located in the maritime neighbourhood from Valencia called Canyamelar - Cabanyal, the restaurant designed by Masquespacio is divided into three parts, with a particular reference to Sergio’s food.
We tried to recreate the habits from the neighbours in the interior, amongst other details the reinterpretation of the plastic chairs they used to take from their homes to the streets - Ana Hernández, creative director from Masquespacio.
The design shows patterns made with customised tiles that reinterpret the façades from the neighborhood. The bar that looks like a façade on its own with its ornaments and singular figures. In the middle, we can see how the attention is centered on selecting spirits that will be used for the cocktails, being the specialty from Cristóbal and La Sastrería.
The floors of artisan ceramic in white and blue create an experience, the division between the water of the sea and the sand, while the chairs explicitly designed for the space refer to the fishing boats. Lastly, behind the kitchen, the storage spaces are designed as a fish market.
When it came to materials, their main approach to use tiles in two different ways: custom-made with prints designed by Masquespacio for the bar zone, next to the handmade clay + ceramic tiles for the restaurant.
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