Ethnic meets industrial in revamped Tandoor Restaurant
For Indian interiors what most have in mind is an eclectic mix of ethnic patterns and a carnival of colours. Isabel López Vilalta and her team draw on this heritage, but went for a more stripped down version by cleaning up the lines and pairing ethnic elements with minimalist, sleek furniture. Scandinavian-style black chairs are paired with tables featuring an aluminum top. The exposed cables, tubes and pipes of the ceiling further emphasize the industrial vibe, along with the bare brick patches appearing here and there on the whitewashed walls. Ethnic patterns appear on the placemats, lampshades and wall tapestries, counterbalancing the monochrome rest of the interior.
The restaurant is divided into two parts, a semi-open space at the front, and a more formal room at the back. The boldly coloured corridor connecting the two lets guests take a peek to the kitchen through an open counter, giving the homely impression that you are taking part in a family feast.
Photos: Alejo Bagué
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