The way that daylight plays on bricks served as the starting point for this neutral-toned restaurant interior, which architecture practice Plantea Estudio has completed in its hometown of Madrid, Spain.
Located in the city’s Salamanca neighbourhood, Hermosilla is a 210-square-metre restaurant serving Mediterranean-style dishes made from local artisan produce alongside a small list of low-intervention wines.
Earthy tones define the interior of Madrid restaurant Hermosilla
To complement the menu, Plantea Estudio said it wanted to create a “timeless” interior for the eatery that eschews trends and fads.
“We were looking for a composition that was specific to this space, making the most of its qualities,” said the studio’s co-founder Luis
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