Featured in Retail Design Blog, this luxury restaurant interior design was completed designed by collaboration between the architect Sandra Tarruella and Isabel López Vilalta. The interesting restaurant design which is called Celler de Can Roca restaurant is located in Girona, Spain. This interior design inside the restaurant is very attractive and luxury. A warm atmosphere is created by the architect inside this elegance restaurant design.
It is situated in the old Can Sunyer tower dated 1911 and adjacent buildings, where banquets and celebrations have been held until now. The buildings are connected via an old porch. The goal of this design was to create an intimate and relaxed atmosphere for guests, as the history of the Celler de Can Roca has been a successful one due to the Roca brothers’ harmonious trio of cooking, pastries and wine.
In the entry side, a wooden branded wine box is used as the wall. It is very creative idea which is made by the architect, very interesting. This box-like is also used inside the restaurant as cubical wine cellar storage, many popular wine from oldies are kept here, unique. In the center of the restaurant, a triangular garden which planted several trees is placed there. This center garden used many small black stone as the floor, covers the ground.
This garden can be viewed from the dinner room; it is achieved by a large glass window which is surrounding the triangular garden. Many wooden materials are appearing here, it is purposed as a natural atmosphere source. In the entrance space of this restaurant, an interesting sculpted roof is installed there. It will attract the guest who will enter this restaurant. In this entrance side, a bright paint is used, as it mentioned above, it is adds a warmth atmosphere inside this luxury restaurant.
A large mirror wall also placed there, it is intended for a large area effect, and the guest who sees this space reflection will think that this entrance side of the restaurant is a large space than they notice before. Very good idea from the collaboration of the architects!