KESSALAO

Posted on oktober 3, 2013

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I really like this little, happy-looking Mediterranean take-away restaurant. The reason? It just made me smile. Of course, there are also the clear colors and the use of wood – both features we tend to like.
Valencia, Spain-based Masquespacio completed the interior design and branding for the 40 square-meter (430 sq.ft.) Kessalao located in Bonn, Germany.

Led by creative director Ana Milena Hernández Palacios, the Masquespacio team used a drop of olive oil as the key for the brand’s logo, and combined the German word “Kess” and the Spanish word “salao”, both apparently referring to a cool, amusing boy. We know salao as “salty” and “unlucky” from Hemingway’s Old Man and the Sea, but it seems the word has a much happier tone in mainland Spain.
To maximize the use of the tiny space, the raffia covering the tall stools hangs down underneath to provide space for coats and handbags.

bron: http://www.archdaily.com/519109/kessalao-masquespacio/

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