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Casaplata · Seville, Spain

Madrid-based design firm Lucas y Hernández-Gil has creates new space for restaurant in La Alameda, Casaplata.

From the unpolished concrete floors to the custom-designed pastel velvet furniture and Marcel Breuer chairs, contrasts between textures and colors abound in this Seville eatery and cocktail bar. With direction from the restaurateurs, Lucas y Hernández-Gil has created a space that is forward thinking and architecturally invigorating: the 100 square meter restaurant can now seat up to 70 patrons comfortably across a flexible seating system — many tables have rolling casters affixed to their legs. The architects explain that the design elements reinforce the gastronomical experience by blurring the lines of the environment to focus on what is within reach.”

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