Lorenzo Botero and Martín Mendoza convert Bogotá residence into brick-lined restaurant

Local architecture studio Lorenzo Botero Arquitectos and interior designer Martín Mendoza used a palette of natural materials to transform a three-storey house into a restaurant in Bogotá.

Located in the city’s Zona del Nogal, a popular shopping destination, Ideal Restaurant takes cues from the materiality of the deserts of the southern United States and the north of Mexico.

Architect and interior designer Lorenzo Botero and Martín Mendoza turned a three-storey residence in Bogotá into a restaurant

The building was a three-storey residence that had undergone a series of previous renovations, which made it difficult to integrate a full kitchen and dining spaces.

“It was a challenge,” said Botero, “But in

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