Marino Take Away, Spain – Martin Lejarraga

“the wooden planks covering the entire surface, the colour as the distributor of space, and light as a generator of a changing atmosphere throughout the day, are the constructive materials of the project. From these decisions, the usage of reutilized elements allows the project to fit the budget: the existing walls are the direct support of the coating, the wood planks are removed parts from recycled pallets, samples of laminated glass are used from previous work rests (the glassware printed with fish), ancient ceramic tiles are recovered from the original building, and the old inherited strip of white light is integrated in the new.” - martin lejarraga architect

Posted on April 20, 2015 and filed under interior design.