La Maruca de la Castellana Restaurant – Madrid, Spain

Architectural mesh for interior design

La Maruca de la Castellana is a large premises that has been refurbished by the Madrid architectural studio Zooco. The walls were covered with ceramics and oak wood slats, a series of shelves with illuminated photographs or structures for the back bar and overbar were configured. In order to be able to divide this vast and long room perceptively rather than visually, some Mies R model suspended metal meshes in graphite by Codina Architectural were installed. These architectural meshes become separators that generate differentiated environments (bar – lounge – rooms – reserved area) making them more welcoming, but without ever losing the visual depth that is a feature of the premises.

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Location: Madrid, Spain
Architects: Zooco
Application: interior design
Architectural mesh model: Mies R
Fixing technique: TF-60
Photos: Imagen Subliminal

Mesh model

Fastening technique