Creative DirectorJordi Fernández
Taking a regular footprint with a floor area of 200 m2, a long bar is surrounded by the two areas reserved for groups, and the common spaces that foster more interaction nearer to the bathrooms. The language of the structural matrix appears in plan through a pattern on the flooring that adapts to the geometry of the bar and the VIP zone.
The spaces are framed by the openings formed by the structural matrix: a three-dimensional mesh made up of more than 1,500 faces, offering complexity and richness to the overall appearance of the project. The layout appears to shift and change according to the lighting conditions and visitors’ vantage points.
The deployed metal mesh forms a complex three-dimensional network made up of 355 different pieces of 4 mm steel sheet. The location and orientation of each element are controlled through precise coding, as well as the respective profiles, which were laser cut to create the 1,538 faces that make up the structure. CNC folding machines were used for the assembly, which made it possible to shape each section, containing more than 1,200 angles.
Lighting was a fundamental parameter in generating the atmosphere for the main rooms. The transition from day to night is reflected in the overlapping of night scenes and atmospheres using RGB fluorescence to create chromatic combinations that transform the project into a generator of visual impressions.