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The sensorial elements: fire, air, water and sound, are the four axis that lead the design of this restaurant. The materials played a very important role in this project, wood, marble and iron, mixed in different combinations in search for a very natural atmosphere. The project had to be adapted to fit a two level house from the late 40. In the main floor there is a lounge and bar area, followed by a big double height salon that ends in a fantastic interior garden.
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Mexico City, Mexico
About Serrano Monjaraz arquitectos:
Serrano Monjaraz Arquitectos is a firm founded in Mexico City in 1992. The firm develops architectonic spaces where quality is achieved by the adequate use of materials and the use of light as a creative element.
For architects Juan Pablo Serrano Orozco and Rafael Monjaraz Fuentes space is their raw material, trough which they show their capability and performance in every architecture field; always supported on multidisciplinary teams.
Because of their organizational structure and professionalism the firm has worked in association with several studios and architects. They have been invited to national and international competitions and actively participate forming and promoting architecture.