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西班牙餐厅设计 Las Chicas, Los Chicos y Los Maniquís Restaurant

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西班牙 马德里 | Madrid, Spain

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位于马德里阿托查街的AXEL酒店的设计重叠了一系列历史性参考,形成了一个复杂而具有爆炸性的串联。首先,在马德里文学社区中间的优越位置。其次,它所在的富丽堂皇的19世纪建筑。最后,马德里一些最传统和最受欢迎的特征也在设计选择中发挥了重要作用。

The design of the AXEL Hotel on Atocha Street in Madrid superposes a series of historic references forming a complex and explosive tandem. Firstly, the privileged location in the very midst of Madrid’s literary neighborhood. Secondly, the palatial 19th-century building in which it is located. Finally, an important role in the design choices was also played by some of Madrid’s most traditional and popular characteristics. 

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为了达到这种氛围,在设计中最重要的策略是使用色彩,这是一个伴随我们在酒店所有区域的元素,在每个区域都应用了不同的性格和材料性质。

In order to achieve this atmosphere, the most important strategy in the design is the use of colour, an element which accompanies us throughout all the areas of the hotel, which is applied with a different character and material nature in each zone.

©Adrià Goula
©Adrià Goula

最初是马车的入口,现在是酒店的入口,并将餐厅最公共的部分分为两个房间。这两个空间都是在同一个理念下设计的:一个无忧无虑的氛围,一个色彩鲜明的人物,使用了大量的彩色图形元素,参考了“Movida Madrilena”和西班牙著名电影导演阿尔莫多瓦(Almodovar)创造的视觉宇宙。

What was originally the entrance to the building for the horse-drawn carriages is today the entrance to the hotel and divides the most public part of the restaurant into two rooms. Both spaces are designed under the same concept: a carefree atmosphere with a distinctly colourful character employing large graphic elements of colour with references to the “Movida Madrileña” and the visual universe created by Almodovar, the well-known Spanish movie director.

餐馆的名字“Las Chicas, Los Chicos y Los Maniquies”正是其中一首与“Movida Madrilena”一起伴奏的歌曲的名字,这首歌的歌词至今仍是西班牙流行文化的一部分。

The name of the restaurant “Las Chicas, Los Chicos y Los Maniquies” was precisely the title of one of the songs which accompanied the” Movida Madrileña” and whose lyrics are still part of our popular culture today.

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这个五彩缤纷的宇宙的主要特征是两间屋子上的两根大红条。整个上午,它们都是早餐的自助餐台,在一天剩下的时间里,它们是最纯粹的马德里风格的小吃和啤酒吧。

The main characters of this colourful universe are the two large red bars presiding over the two rooms. All morning they function as buffet tables for breakfast and as snack and beer bars—in the purest Madrid style—during the remainder of the day.

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马德里流行文化的另一个重要元素是经典的社区商店,它们有巨大的橱窗广告,吸引人的名字和令人难以置信的优惠。腰带、帽子和精致的人体模型填补了城市这部分地区仍然存在的一些稀缺的商店橱窗。奇怪的是,Atocha Street保留了一些更经典的店铺,我们的设计想要向这些店铺表达真诚的敬意,用带有吸引人的商业名称的大型发光海报填充整个空间。

Another important element of the popular culture of Madrid is the classic neighborhood stores with their large window advertisements, attractive names and incredible offers. Sashes, hats and elaborate mannequins fill some of the scarce shop windows still left in this part of the city. Strange as it may seem, Atocha Street has managed to keep intact some of its more classic shops, to which our design wanted to pay sincere homage filling the space with large luminous posters with attractive commercial names.

在酒店的下部,餐厅有三个相互连接的小餐厅,在这里,色彩再次成为无可争议的主要元素。每个房间都用一种单一的颜色来表现自己的个性:红色、绿色和粉色。他们的墙壁上覆盖着纺织品,以及色彩的选择,试图借鉴19世纪富丽堂皇的住宅的高贵房间。

In the lower part of the hotel, the restaurant has three small interconnected dining rooms where, once again, colour is the indisputable principal element. Each room achieves its own personality by use of a single colour: red, greenish and pink. Their walls covered in textiles, as well as the chromatic choices, seek to reference the noble rooms of 19th-century palatial homes.

©Paco Montanet
©Paco Montanet
©Paco Montanet

Project Data

项目位置: Calle de Atocha, 49 —28012, Madrid 
项目网站: http://www.losmaniquis.com//
项目客户: HI Partners, Grup Iglesias
项目面积: 280 m²

室内设计: EL EQUIPO CREATIVO

完成年份: August 2017

项目摄影: Adrià Goula and Paco Montanet

Project Data

Location: Calle de Atocha, 49 —28012, Madrid 
Website: http://www.losmaniquis.com//
Client: HI Partners, Grup Iglesias
Floor Area: 280 m²

Interior Design by EL EQUIPO CREATIVO

Completed: August 2017

Photographer: Adrià Goula and Paco Montanet

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