Restaurant interior designs completed designed by the architect Pedro Pacheco. This restaurant which called the Santa Rita restaurant. Designed in 2011, this restaurant is covers area for about 90 square meters. It is located in Lisbon,Portugal.
This restaurant interior designs project is precisely sited in Lisbon’s historical center, it is on the ground floor of a Pombalinian building. Building is characterized by a single space which is defined by three vaulted areas with stone mansonry walls and solid brick domes. It is a very common type of warehouse in these buildings. This building has a 4, 15 meters maximum height and it is 16 meters long, 5, 50 meters wide. This building having a total area of 102 square meters. Via two doorways, one of the ceiling tops has a direct contact with the street, while the other has a contact with a ventilation patio.
To become a nice restaurant interior designs, the architecture project is meant to remodel the existing space for it, it is by keeping and outlinng its space and the architectonic qualities. This achieved to maintain the longitudinal reading of the vaulted space which is characterized by the lioz limestone arches and pilasters.
Restaurant Interior Designs
The restaurant interior designs project options are then born from the need to create an element which is capable of both separating and connecting the dining room and the kitchen, it is visually freeing the arches and vaults throughout the spaces’s total lenght and introducing in the room light and reflection.
Aligned with the stone arches’ offset, this screen-element is defined by a system of white-lacquered glass panels which circumvent the kitchen’s different work areas and the customer washrooms. As the street’r moving images and reflections are being projected onto the screen, the street light is becomes twice part of the room atmosphere. Simultaneously, it is indirect and suspended LED luminary floods the room with the color and regulates its temperature.
Architects: Pedro Pacheco
Location: Lisbon, Portugal
Project area: 90 sqm
Project year: 2011
Photographs: FG + SG – Fernando Guerra, Sergio Guerra