About the project
Mexican joy.. Abajeño Sur is a Mexican restaurant full of gardens where plants play a truly important role. There is an inner courtyard surrounded by terraces with a cross ventilation and warm lightning creating a pleasant environment all day long.
Everything was exclusively designed for this project, including a floor tile with special colors. The concept is intended to show Mexico's traditions, but also have a modern, cheerful, and different place.
Adobe, brick, and paint were used for the walls, whereas tiles and wood beams were used for the roofs. For decoration, Mexican finishing touches and artisan's traditional objects were used. For example, an embroidered canvas made by artisans of Tenango de Doria in the state of Hidalgo, or typical Mexican toys such as hand-painted guitars and baleros.
|Project Scope||Interior Design/ Furniture/ Decoration||Photography||Jorge Silva||Year||2014|