Hermosilla occupies a corner unit on the ground floor of a multi-use building by modernist Spanish architect Luis Gutiérrez Soto that was completed in 1952. As a starting point for the restaurant’s interior scheme, Plantea Estudio looked to the earthy tones of the building’s dark red-orange bricks and the way they subtly change colour as the light shifts throughout the day.
The main idea was to colour the environment with various complementary tones that reinforce this broad, natural spectrum of light and colour. The colours are enlivened and distinguished from each other or tempered and blended, depending on the moment.
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