Isabel López Vilalta

Restaurante Filandón

Madrid, España

A place to gather round the fire and enjoy a great family meal. The countryside within the city.

Date:
2011
Used products:

Isabel López Vilalta

Filandón Restaurant. El Pardo. Madrid.

The structure consists of three buildings.

Access is via a granite patio which links the first two buildings.

The first building is constructed of granite with wooden trusses supporting the roof structure.  The roof is inspired by the “teitos”, chalet type buildings constructed of stone with thatched roofs, which are used for storage and are typical of northern Cantabria.

Granite is also a significant feature of the second building.  The main wall is constructed of this material as are the bases of the clay buttresses which divide the room into different zones either forming individual areas or a single area.  The roof is of zinc.

The third and final building unites the other two.  It combines clay, steel, and recycled leftover or discarded wood.  In keeping with these, the colour palette used includes earth, stone, wood, steel and clay tones.

The lighting complements the interior with the intention of creating a feeling of warmth and cosiness.

Text: Isabel López Vilalta + Asociados
Photograph: Alejo Bagué

Isabel López Vilalta

Restaurante Filandón

Madrid, España

A place to gather round the fire and enjoy a great family meal. The countryside within the city.

Date:
2011
Used products:

Isabel López Vilalta

Filandón Restaurant. El Pardo. Madrid.

The structure consists of three buildings.

Access is via a granite patio which links the first two buildings.

The first building is constructed of granite with wooden trusses supporting the roof structure.  The roof is inspired by the “teitos”, chalet type buildings constructed of stone with thatched roofs, which are used for storage and are typical of northern Cantabria.

Granite is also a significant feature of the second building.  The main wall is constructed of this material as are the bases of the clay buttresses which divide the room into different zones either forming individual areas or a single area.  The roof is of zinc.

The third and final building unites the other two.  It combines clay, steel, and recycled leftover or discarded wood.  In keeping with these, the colour palette used includes earth, stone, wood, steel and clay tones.

The lighting complements the interior with the intention of creating a feeling of warmth and cosiness.

Text: Isabel López Vilalta + Asociados
Photograph: Alejo Bagué

Isabel López Vilalta

Restaurante Filandón

Madrid, España

A place to gather round the fire and enjoy a great family meal. The countryside within the city.

Date:
2011
Used products:

Isabel López Vilalta

Filandón Restaurant. El Pardo. Madrid.

The structure consists of three buildings.

Access is via a granite patio which links the first two buildings.

The first building is constructed of granite with wooden trusses supporting the roof structure.  The roof is inspired by the “teitos”, chalet type buildings constructed of stone with thatched roofs, which are used for storage and are typical of northern Cantabria.

Granite is also a significant feature of the second building.  The main wall is constructed of this material as are the bases of the clay buttresses which divide the room into different zones either forming individual areas or a single area.  The roof is of zinc.

The third and final building unites the other two.  It combines clay, steel, and recycled leftover or discarded wood.  In keeping with these, the colour palette used includes earth, stone, wood, steel and clay tones.

The lighting complements the interior with the intention of creating a feeling of warmth and cosiness.

Text: Isabel López Vilalta + Asociados
Photograph: Alejo Bagué

Isabel López Vilalta

Restaurante Filandón

Madrid, España

A place to gather round the fire and enjoy a great family meal. The countryside within the city.

Date:
2011
Used products:

Isabel López Vilalta

Filandón Restaurant. El Pardo. Madrid.

The structure consists of three buildings.

Access is via a granite patio which links the first two buildings.

The first building is constructed of granite with wooden trusses supporting the roof structure.  The roof is inspired by the “teitos”, chalet type buildings constructed of stone with thatched roofs, which are used for storage and are typical of northern Cantabria.

Granite is also a significant feature of the second building.  The main wall is constructed of this material as are the bases of the clay buttresses which divide the room into different zones either forming individual areas or a single area.  The roof is of zinc.

The third and final building unites the other two.  It combines clay, steel, and recycled leftover or discarded wood.  In keeping with these, the colour palette used includes earth, stone, wood, steel and clay tones.

The lighting complements the interior with the intention of creating a feeling of warmth and cosiness.

Text: Isabel López Vilalta + Asociados
Photograph: Alejo Bagué

Isabel López Vilalta

Restaurante Filandón

Madrid, España

A place to gather round the fire and enjoy a great family meal. The countryside within the city.

Date:
2011
Used products:

Isabel López Vilalta

Filandón Restaurant. El Pardo. Madrid.

The structure consists of three buildings.

Access is via a granite patio which links the first two buildings.

The first building is constructed of granite with wooden trusses supporting the roof structure.  The roof is inspired by the “teitos”, chalet type buildings constructed of stone with thatched roofs, which are used for storage and are typical of northern Cantabria.

Granite is also a significant feature of the second building.  The main wall is constructed of this material as are the bases of the clay buttresses which divide the room into different zones either forming individual areas or a single area.  The roof is of zinc.

The third and final building unites the other two.  It combines clay, steel, and recycled leftover or discarded wood.  In keeping with these, the colour palette used includes earth, stone, wood, steel and clay tones.

The lighting complements the interior with the intention of creating a feeling of warmth and cosiness.

Text: Isabel López Vilalta + Asociados
Photograph: Alejo Bagué

Isabel López Vilalta

Restaurante Filandón

Madrid, España

A place to gather round the fire and enjoy a great family meal. The countryside within the city.

Date:
2011
Used products:

Isabel López Vilalta

Filandón Restaurant. El Pardo. Madrid.

The structure consists of three buildings.

Access is via a granite patio which links the first two buildings.

The first building is constructed of granite with wooden trusses supporting the roof structure.  The roof is inspired by the “teitos”, chalet type buildings constructed of stone with thatched roofs, which are used for storage and are typical of northern Cantabria.

Granite is also a significant feature of the second building.  The main wall is constructed of this material as are the bases of the clay buttresses which divide the room into different zones either forming individual areas or a single area.  The roof is of zinc.

The third and final building unites the other two.  It combines clay, steel, and recycled leftover or discarded wood.  In keeping with these, the colour palette used includes earth, stone, wood, steel and clay tones.

The lighting complements the interior with the intention of creating a feeling of warmth and cosiness.

Text: Isabel López Vilalta + Asociados
Photograph: Alejo Bagué

Isabel López Vilalta

Restaurante Filandón

Madrid, España

A place to gather round the fire and enjoy a great family meal. The countryside within the city.

Date:
2011
Used products:

Isabel López Vilalta

Filandón Restaurant. El Pardo. Madrid.

The structure consists of three buildings.

Access is via a granite patio which links the first two buildings.

The first building is constructed of granite with wooden trusses supporting the roof structure.  The roof is inspired by the “teitos”, chalet type buildings constructed of stone with thatched roofs, which are used for storage and are typical of northern Cantabria.

Granite is also a significant feature of the second building.  The main wall is constructed of this material as are the bases of the clay buttresses which divide the room into different zones either forming individual areas or a single area.  The roof is of zinc.

The third and final building unites the other two.  It combines clay, steel, and recycled leftover or discarded wood.  In keeping with these, the colour palette used includes earth, stone, wood, steel and clay tones.

The lighting complements the interior with the intention of creating a feeling of warmth and cosiness.

Text: Isabel López Vilalta + Asociados
Photograph: Alejo Bagué

Isabel López Vilalta

Restaurante Filandón

Madrid, España

A place to gather round the fire and enjoy a great family meal. The countryside within the city.

Date:
2011
Used products:

Isabel López Vilalta

Filandón Restaurant. El Pardo. Madrid.

The structure consists of three buildings.

Access is via a granite patio which links the first two buildings.

The first building is constructed of granite with wooden trusses supporting the roof structure.  The roof is inspired by the “teitos”, chalet type buildings constructed of stone with thatched roofs, which are used for storage and are typical of northern Cantabria.

Granite is also a significant feature of the second building.  The main wall is constructed of this material as are the bases of the clay buttresses which divide the room into different zones either forming individual areas or a single area.  The roof is of zinc.

The third and final building unites the other two.  It combines clay, steel, and recycled leftover or discarded wood.  In keeping with these, the colour palette used includes earth, stone, wood, steel and clay tones.

The lighting complements the interior with the intention of creating a feeling of warmth and cosiness.

Text: Isabel López Vilalta + Asociados
Photograph: Alejo Bagué

Isabel López Vilalta

Restaurante Filandón

Madrid, España

A place to gather round the fire and enjoy a great family meal. The countryside within the city.

Date:
2011
Used products:

Isabel López Vilalta

Filandón Restaurant. El Pardo. Madrid.

The structure consists of three buildings.

Access is via a granite patio which links the first two buildings.

The first building is constructed of granite with wooden trusses supporting the roof structure.  The roof is inspired by the “teitos”, chalet type buildings constructed of stone with thatched roofs, which are used for storage and are typical of northern Cantabria.

Granite is also a significant feature of the second building.  The main wall is constructed of this material as are the bases of the clay buttresses which divide the room into different zones either forming individual areas or a single area.  The roof is of zinc.

The third and final building unites the other two.  It combines clay, steel, and recycled leftover or discarded wood.  In keeping with these, the colour palette used includes earth, stone, wood, steel and clay tones.

The lighting complements the interior with the intention of creating a feeling of warmth and cosiness.

Text: Isabel López Vilalta + Asociados
Photograph: Alejo Bagué

Isabel López Vilalta

Restaurante Filandón

Madrid, España

A place to gather round the fire and enjoy a great family meal. The countryside within the city.

Date:
2011
Used products:

Isabel López Vilalta

Filandón Restaurant. El Pardo. Madrid.

The structure consists of three buildings.

Access is via a granite patio which links the first two buildings.

The first building is constructed of granite with wooden trusses supporting the roof structure.  The roof is inspired by the “teitos”, chalet type buildings constructed of stone with thatched roofs, which are used for storage and are typical of northern Cantabria.

Granite is also a significant feature of the second building.  The main wall is constructed of this material as are the bases of the clay buttresses which divide the room into different zones either forming individual areas or a single area.  The roof is of zinc.

The third and final building unites the other two.  It combines clay, steel, and recycled leftover or discarded wood.  In keeping with these, the colour palette used includes earth, stone, wood, steel and clay tones.

The lighting complements the interior with the intention of creating a feeling of warmth and cosiness.

Text: Isabel López Vilalta + Asociados
Photograph: Alejo Bagué

Isabel López Vilalta

Restaurante Filandón

Madrid, España

A place to gather round the fire and enjoy a great family meal. The countryside within the city.

Date:
2011
Used products:

Isabel López Vilalta

Filandón Restaurant. El Pardo. Madrid.

The structure consists of three buildings.

Access is via a granite patio which links the first two buildings.

The first building is constructed of granite with wooden trusses supporting the roof structure.  The roof is inspired by the “teitos”, chalet type buildings constructed of stone with thatched roofs, which are used for storage and are typical of northern Cantabria.

Granite is also a significant feature of the second building.  The main wall is constructed of this material as are the bases of the clay buttresses which divide the room into different zones either forming individual areas or a single area.  The roof is of zinc.

The third and final building unites the other two.  It combines clay, steel, and recycled leftover or discarded wood.  In keeping with these, the colour palette used includes earth, stone, wood, steel and clay tones.

The lighting complements the interior with the intention of creating a feeling of warmth and cosiness.

Text: Isabel López Vilalta + Asociados
Photograph: Alejo Bagué

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