THE CHURRASCARIA

THE CHURRASCARIA

Architect
nds - noise design studio
Location
Zapopan, Mexico
Project Year
2014
Category
Bars

Restaurants

THE CHURRASCARIA

nds - noise design studio as Architects

The project will be developed in an area of 388,225 m2. Located on San Ignacio Avenue # 78, Chapalita, Zapopan, Jalisco,Mexico.


The land with flat topography and irregular in shape, with an area of 388.225 m2.


The main concept of the project was to create a Restaurant Steakhouse Brazilian swords, in which a concept of abstraction of the famous Brazilian favelas is resumed, using bright colors and management of different planes resembling their facades, which were applied on a wall and ceiling extending to the area of diners. Also apparent material to give personality to the project and reduce costs were used.


The project is made on one level with a total of 258.25m2 building, which distributed the following areas: income, waiting area, bar, playground, diners area, terrace, bathroom, kitchen and grill for swords.


All public areas can be appreciated thus allowing visual permeability from anywhere in the restaurant, also has the intention of bringing diners with the kitchen which is directed and open to the kitchen to watch the preparation of dishes and this so giving a better space making it much more interesting.


The existing structure is respected, the only structural change made was the demolition of two columns, and instead was reinforced by a horizontal structural element.

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