Today we present one of our latest projects, for “Las Musas” restaurant, in Ciudad Real, Spain, where the architects used backlighted alabaster.
This restaurant, with “La Mancha” or Manchego tipical cooking style, is located in Campo de Criptana in the heart of La Mancha, among mills-giant cervantinos.
Its architecture, created by Antonio Areán and José Angel Vaquero, is an example of that respecting tradition is also possible to create a modern project, interesting and with a great architectural beauty.
It has two dining rooms on different levels. The one in the first level with a very special view of all the village due to the large windows, and another one in the main floor, a little more casual which also has a fireplace and a stage. Another special space is a large and sunny courtyard with tables for lunch or have tapas and drinks during summer evenings.
From this courtyard you can access to the caves area, called La Marcela, with an ideal environment to have tapas and drinks and even dancing.
For this project the bars of the restaurant were designed in the area of the caves with backlit alabaster. The backlit alabaster provides warm light and a unique atmosphere, and it’s integrated perfectly with the rest of the architecture of this unique place.
More about backlit alabaster clicking here: Backlit alabaster.
More information about the restaurant and photos here: http://www.lasmusasrestaurante.com/
Facebook page of the restaurant: https://www.facebook.com/RestauranteLasMusas/