Mariachi Roll

Mariachi Roll

Architect
Boutique de Arquitectura
Location
Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico | View Map
Project Year
2018
Category
Restaurants
Leonardo Walther

Mariachi Roll

Boutique de Arquitectura as Architecture, Interior Design

MARIACHI ROLL´s concept emerges from the best from two cultures resulting in Japanese talent fused with Mexican style in a cozy and avant-garde space.

 

Boutique de Arquitectura wanted the façade to be a design statement, in order to make something original and distinctive, their design remind us of the clean oriental aesthetics and was also inspired by the salmon strips used in traditional Japanese cuisine.

 

For the interior of the restaurant was used a selection of simple materials, and apparent fixtures that give balance and comfort to the entire environment. The upper floor has a beautiful terrace with natural vegetation, which reminds us of a Japanese garden, but with a vivid Mexican touch.

 

The finishes of the property are consistent with its function as retail space and inside the project an industrial language was used giving it a minimal touch without losing sight of the comfort for the clientele. The patios, dinner and open areas have gray tile floor. The common areas have walls covered with plywood. The installation of all the necessary systems to guarantee the proper consumption and savings of all the resources.

 

IACHI ROLL´s concept emerges from the best from two cultures resulting in Japanese talent fused with Mexican style in a cozy and avant-garde space.

 

Boutique de Arquitectura wanted the façade to be a design statement, in order to make something original and distinctive, their design remind us of the clean oriental aesthetics and was also inspired by the salmon strips used in traditional Japanese cuisine.

 

For the interior of the restaurant was used a selection of simple materials, and apparent fixtures that give balance and comfort to the entire environment. The upper floor has a beautiful terrace with natural vegetation, which reminds us of a Japanese garden, but with a vivid Mexican touch.

 

The finishes of the property are consistent with its function as retail space and inside the project an industrial language was used giving it a minimal touch without losing sight of the comfort for the clientele. The patios, dinner and open areas have gray tile floor. The common areas have walls covered with plywood. The installation of all the necessary systems to guarantee the proper consumption and savings of all the resources.

 

 

 

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