Restaurant Interior DesignMediterranean Colors and Freshness in Bonn: Kessalao by Masquespacio

Mediterranean Colors and Freshness in Bonn: Kessalao by Masquespacio

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Kessalao project represents the latest creation in interior design and the brand of the Spanish company Masquespacio from Valencia. Located in the German city of Bonn, the establishment provides food service, being a provider of Mediterranean food. The symbol chosen by Masquespacio for Kessalao was inspired by the olive oil, the main Mediterranean product and an irreplaceable ingredient from the area of the respective cuisine, represented by a drop that symbolizes wealth. The designers wanted to convey a message through the interior design in favor of the fresh and natural food, but also the positive emotion, joy and desire for life fully traced around the Mediterranean Sea.

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The color palette is a little dominated by red, a color that next to violet is very loved by Germans. The red and purple happily complete and balance with the navy blue and yellow, colors that send us to the Mediterranean beaches. The natural appearance is further strengthened by the use of wood: birch veneer for walls and pine wood for furniture. Also, the braids of raffia and the presence of green herbs contribute to the Mediterranean footprint and welcoming atmosphere. Kessalao has tables and folding chairs and it may be over the day, at peak hours, a place where you can have lunch or it can become during the night a small snack bar. Photographer Luis Beltran

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