The latest collaboration with Michelin starred chef Ricard Camarena is set in an industrial context of the 1930s. The former Bombas Gens factory that will integrate the restaurant has been rediscovered and converted into a center of art by the foundation Per amor a l'art, promoter of the project. A challenge for the studio, not only because of its aesthetic art deco but because the architecture presented some challenges of design: create a space from the non-space. Paradoxically a residual area becomes the new restaurant, where the form is absolutely essential. Divided into two main territories, the dining room occupies a triangular surface providing a valuable perspective of one of the walls of the factory, while the bar is housed under one of the five refurbished sheds.
Photos: David Zarzoso