The Spanish creative agency Masquespacio has recently designed interior for Kessalao – a Mediterranean restaurant in Bonn, Germany.
The restaurant took its name from the brand Kessalao – this word contains both German word “Kess” and Spanish “Salao» that means “cool” and “amusing boy”. These two words are distinguished by a common capital “S” that was inspired by olive oil – the main ingredient in Mediterranean food. The designers combined the letter with drops of oil on the logo.
The walls are covered by birch veneer and the furniture is made of pine: these materials let the bright colors distinguish
The designers used the most popular colors in Germany. They took the red color as the main one, and mixed it with yellow and marine blue that remind you of the Mediterranean Sea. Purple balances these colors and brings an absolutely fresh look to the whole interior.
To add more natural feel and Mediterranean touch, the designers made the seats and the pots for plants of raffia. It is used on the stools to let you put your bag or jacket while you eat.
Tables are held up by metal grates so they can be transformed to…
Two larger tables…
To one table on the side…
To one table at the center.
If people need more space, they just can push the tables to the grating.
The designers also tackled the whole branding for the business: they continued the bright and bold theme we see in the interior.