Interior Design: 33 Restaurants in Mexico That Stimulate the User’s Experience
Over the years, interior design has evolved according to the needs that arise, but above all to the experiences that it seeks to provoke in the user. In the last two years, we have witnessed a radical change and a special interest in this subject because the pandemic forced us to pay specific attention to the configuration of the places we inhabit. This brought about much more holistic designs that cater to the wellbeing of the user, combining colours, sensory experiences, technology and natural elements that promote health.
Mexico is one of the most privileged countries in terms of climate and diversity, and when it comes to design, this opens up many possibilities to play with the temperature of the materials, the quality of the light, the wind currents, etc. We believe that interior design is fundamental in the conformation of each space and even more so when combined with gastronomy, to offer experiences that stimulate the senses. That is why we have compiled a list of 33 restaurants in Mexico that play with different design elements to make your imagination fly.
Toro Gastrobar / Studio Arthur Casas
Frëims Condesa / Arqmov Workshop
Tori Tori Altavista / ESRAWE Studio + Rojkind Arquitectos
Green Grass Condesa Restaurant / Taller David Dana
Santomate Restaurant / Daniela Bucio Sistos // Taller de Arquitectura y Diseño
Buna Sartoría Restaurant and Coffee Shop / Taller ADG
Meroma Restaurant / Oficina de Práctica Arquitectónica
Xuva´ Restaurant / Mecate Studio
Basico Restaurant / MS Estudio
Mexican Restaurant Masaryk / Vrtical
Banal Restaurant / Reims 502
Sal de Jade Restaurant / 0studio Arquitectura
La Tequila Restaurant / LOA
Restaurant Tori Tori Santa Fe / Esrawe Studio
Veneno Restaurant / Pragma Estudio + Monteón Arquitectos Asociados
Meloso Restaurant / t-unoauno + arqaz arquitectura
Zapote Bar / Estudio Atemporal
El Expendio de Maíz / Ludwig Godefroy Architecture
At ArchDaily we are exploring new territory with the series Mexican Interiors in an effort to decentralise architecture from the big cities and make visible the new practices taking place in different parts of the country. Would you like to publish your work, submit an article or send comments? Contact us through our form here.