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Erbalunga Estudio creates restaurant interior inspired by its Mexican menu

Posted on 12 April, 2017 by Sienna
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Erbalunga Estudio creates restaurant interior inspired by its Mexican menu

Colours inspired by the Mexican city of Monterrey are used to decorate the interior of this taco restaurant in Vigo, Spain by locally based designer Erbalunga Estudio.

An open timber framework across the ceiling is designed to create a sense of height while also supporting a network of lights. Meanwhile, the zig-zagging partition screens made from stacked ceramic bricks are intended to create the illusion of depth.

Sierra Madre Taquería by Erbalunga Estudio

"Another concept necessary for this space was to create enticing routes and corners to seating areas," explained the studio. "In this way of blurring the limitations of the restaurant's seating, the ceramic screens are particularly important as they generate transparencies and non-existent depths to give an atmosphere of a larger but more intimate space."

"What has been created with blurring limits, introducing scales and to establish spatial situations with different environments is creating a city inside the premises," they added.

Sierra Madre Taquería by Erbalunga Estudio

Other Taco restaurants featured on Dezeen include this Vancouver eatery inspired by luxury 1950s Mexican vacationlands, and a restaurant in Austin, Texas that references mid-century American roadside buildings and signage with its bright red columns and a distinctive roofline.

Photography is by Iván Casal Nieto.

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