CAPÓ estudio recently completed works on this this stunning restaurant located in Córdoba, Argentina. The idea was to create a place that delivered high quality food and service in a friendly and casual atmosphere. Take a look at the complete story after the jump.
From the architects: We planned STANDARD 69´s concept as a gastronomic experience based on the product, with small sharing plates with flavors from around the world. A lively place with good
music to enjoy with friends. The idea was to create a place that delivered high quality food and service in a friendly and casual atmosphere.
This is the brand’s second location, unlike the first, this one was designed to be open all day. The interiors were designed using Neolith Mont Blanc and noble materials such as wood, stucco and some black details. To turn the space into a more vivid and less rigid ambience, we put a strong focus on plants. The interior lighting during the night is very soft with spot lights pointing specific áreas and objects. During the day the place has a lot of natural lighting, with guillotine windows that link the interior with the exterior.
The restaurant has an alfresco area. There is a bar facing the kitchen, where the customers can see the process and talk with the chefs in a very relaxed environment.
Project Name: STANDARD 69
Architect: Arq. Lucía Roland – CAPÓ estudio – www.capoestudio.com
Location: Córdoba, Argentina
Surface: 300 (m2)
Photography by Gonzalo Viramonte