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Premises with charm: El Portillo

Thanks to our Decoestilo friends I have discovered "The wicket". A project carried out by Stone designs in collaboration with Pepa Tight I have found it ideal to show you these days of snow and winter. Seeing the images shows that there is no situation that cannot be taken advantage of, nor is there a defect or situation (environmental or architecture) that cannot be eliminated, or at least improved with a good decoration.

First let's talk about the project, which is at our borders, at the Javalambre ski resort in Teruel, as part of the Aramón Group, who decided to turn a traditional cottage into a hamburger that retained the best of its traditional appearance, but also had an attractive and youthful appearance.

Logically, being in a place like this has many limitations, so it was better to preserve the format of the cabin, its architecture in two waters and wood as the main material, which make this type of construction a much warmer, comfortable and resistant.

The problem is that this traditional aspect or is precisely what we are looking for in a hamburger shop, in which we want something more striking, much less attracts enough attention to have considerable commercial success, that is why we chose to commission Stone design the conditioning and decoration of the space.

This type of trade logically will only be exploited in the snowy season, so if we wanted to create contrast, we had to count on it. And to create contrast with white you don't have to eat your head a lot, nothing better than black, but it could provide a very gloomy look and as we said we also wanted the look to be jovial and youthful, so we chose to decorate the outside of the cabin with decorative painting.

That's when it comes in Pepa Tight which was the designer of the mural that we can see abroad. The color chosen for it was white, since it wanted to create contrast with the wall avoiding the dull appearance but at the same time connecting the cabin with the outside, because we had broken the continuity when choosing black.

The exterior was already there, striking, with traditional architecture, and very youthful, that yes now we had the interior and there the black did not serve us because it would create an environment off. It is also a commercial place, with a family atmosphere, where there will be life day and night and we need light so it was decided for the interior by the White and multiple windows that will let in a lot of light. The only black strip is that of the bar, which is located along the entire wall, without divisions.

The furniture of course totally in wood, warm and cozy, how can it be otherwise in cold and snowy places. And on the floor, for the same reason a warm carpet.

To add color, red has been chosen, contributed from a kind of rope that travels around the entire room and green (the color of the company), which covers in cylinders the cylinders that provide artificial lighting at those times when that is not enough with natural light (which as you can see is enhanced in the design).

Here you have some more images with more views and details in which you can see both the interior and exterior of the hamburger, the truth is that the most striking is the exterior, I have to say that the images of Pepa Prieto are not wasted.

See full gallery »El Portillo (13 photos)

Video: Chicago's Cutting Edge (November 2019).

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