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Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal loves modern architecture. He comes from a family of builders who have built more than 20 projects in the last ten years near Delhi in India. He has recently started writing about the architectural projects that catch his imagination.

New York Burger Restaurant in Madrid, Spain by Isabel López Vilalta + Asociados

 
November 11th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Isabel López Vilalta + Asociados

Popular eatery New York Burger opened a new branch of its restaurant chain in the Almagro neighborhood of Madrid, known for its aristocratic residences, which nowadays are mainly public buildings and offices. The new location was considered strategically a good bet for the profile of New York Burger’s clients.

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Image Courtesy © Alejo Bagué

  • Architects: Isabel López Vilalta + Asociados
  • Project: New York Burger Restaurant
  • Location: Madrid, Spain
  • Photography: Alejo Bagué
  • Team leader: Marta Alonso
  • Team: Jordi Garcia, Nuria Ballesteros, Joan Salvadó
  • Client: New York Burguer
  • Construction: Madrid Contract
  • Area: 172.77 m2
  • Finishing Date: November 2015

Image Courtesy © Alejo Bagué

Image Courtesy © Alejo Bagué

The common denominator of all four of the brand’s restaurants is the quality of their ingredients and dishes. When it comes to interior design however, each branches out with its own identity.

The newest space draws on the elegance and sophistication of its surroundings as an influence. The dining room is divided longitudinally by wooden shelves inlaid with reed matting, creating a sense both of barrier and translucence. The shelves are not only functional; they also serve as a decorative element, holding cacti and embedded with small lights.

Image Courtesy © Alejo Bagué

Image Courtesy © Alejo Bagué

Image Courtesy © Alejo Bagué

Image Courtesy © Alejo Bagué

The partition also serves to divide the space into two distinct dining areas: an informal group space which plays host to the restaurants famous pub quiz, and a cozier, more subtle space known as the “salon.”

The décor is warm and inviting, creating a relaxing atmosphere and an elegant space to enjoy a burger. The lighting in particular has been thoughtfully designed to interact harmoniously with the materials used, which include solid wood furnishings and upholstered walls. Add to this the sophistication of elements such as the iconic Thonet chairs and the use of brass to mimic the Arts and Crafts movement of the early twentieth century, and a work by artist Jazzberryblue interpreting the map of New York, and you have an unforgettable dining experience.

Image Courtesy © Alejo Bagué

Image Courtesy © Alejo Bagué

Image Courtesy © Alejo Bagué

Image Courtesy © Alejo Bagué

Image Courtesy © Alejo Bagué

Image Courtesy © Alejo Bagué

Image Courtesy © Alejo Bagué

Image Courtesy © Alejo Bagué

Image Courtesy © Alejo Bagué

Image Courtesy © Alejo Bagué

Image Courtesy © Alejo Bagué

Image Courtesy © Alejo Bagué

Image Courtesy © Alejo Bagué

Image Courtesy © Alejo Bagué

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