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Saigon Brasserie Bar

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With the ocean waves in mind, we designed a ceiling full of movement and visual sequence, made with oak wood panels designed and disposed in an undulating arrangement, like the memory of the sea caressing the fisherman at dawn. As an ideological complement to consummate the crossbred between land and sea, a monolithic concrete floor tattooed with hexagons that altogether remind us of the cow’s skin spots seeing from the upper platform of the restaurant. With the ocean waves in mind, we designed a ceiling full of movement and visual sequence, made with oak wood panels designed and disposed in an undulating arrangement, like the memory of the sea caressing the fisherman at dawn. As an ideological complement to consummate the crossbred between land and sea, a monolithic concrete floor tattooed with hexagons that altogether remind us of the cow’s skin spots seeing from the upper platform of the restaurant. 

Partner in charge:

Rodrigo Jiménez

Architect Project:

Rodrigo Jiménez, José Pacheco

 

Team:

Alfonso Vargas, Mónica Duarte, Saúl Candia, Sergio Covarrubias, Alejandra Jiménez

 

Location:

San Luis Potosi, México

Area:

220 sqm