It is one of the seven kiosks located around the Casa de Campo lake, Madrid’s green and recreational lungs of the city. Our client, a concessionaire of Villa Verbena, wants a more informal restaurant concept for this kiosk. The exterior of the kiosk is in a good state of conservation, so it was decided to simply restore the existing wood and treat it with a white lasur that preserves the grain of the wood. Furthermore, the color of the existing carpentry is changed from a burgundy to a Payne’s grey color, much more in keeping with the environment.
This same treatment, white lasur for the wood and the carpentry in Payne’s grey, is also taken inside the kiosk. Outdoors and indoors speak the same language.