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What set the tone for the design of this space was the idea of experimenting with different elements that could give a fun touch to every corner … Read More
What set the tone for the design of this space was the idea of experimenting with different elements that could give a fun touch to every corner of the cafe. Searching to impact the senses of the audience we mixed objects with different materials and textures. Orange curtains work as the background integrating the other elements across the space. Read Less
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Malva

TOULOUSE café
Proyecto de interiores + ejecución de proyecto
Interior design + project management

Ubicación - Location
Av. Amsterdam. Tejeda
Querétaro, Qro. México

Autores - Authors
MALVA interiorismo - arquitectura
Rocío Soto + Iliana Reyes

Fecha - Date
2011

Superficie - Area
120 m2

Lo que marcó la pauta para el diseño de este espacio fue la idea de experimentar con elementos distintos que dieran un toque divertido a cada esquina del café. Buscando impactar los sentidos de los asistentes se mezclaron objetos con materiales y texturas distintas; una cortina naranja al fondo del espacio funge como elemento de integración entre los demás elementos.

La combinación de colores atrevidos con tonos grises y chocolates es un elemento clave en el diseno. Los tonos naranjas y rojos de la cortina, las lámparas y bancos de la barra, así como algunos viniles en el techo, acentúan los puntos focales del lugar.


What set the tone for the design of this space was the idea of experimenting with different elements that could give a fun touch to every corner of the cafe. Searching to impact the senses of the audience we mixed objects with different materials and textures. Orange curtains work as the background integrating the other elements across the space.

Combining vibrant colors with grays and browns is a key element in the design. The wood elements we use, along with the lamps and benches of the bar and some vinyl on the roof, accentuate focal points at the place.
Photographs by Ulises Santamaría