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Miski Restaurant, Madrid

Peruvian Inspired Bar Interior in Malasaña district, Spain – design by Yaroslav Galant Innovative Design

24 Nov 2019

Misk’i Restobar

Design: Yaroslav Galant Innovative Design

Location: Malasaña district, Madrid, Spain

In Quechua Misk’i means ‘tasty, delicious’.

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To create the interior of this restobar the designers of Yaroslav Galant innovative design studio took their inspiration in the breath-taking nature of Peru. In the eclectic food-menu you will find some well-known European dishes and at the same time a modern interpretation of Latin American and Asian cuisines.

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Misk’i Restobar is situated on the ground floor of an old building in Malasaña district, a lively historical, cultural and tourist center of Madrid, in 200 metres from the Gran Vía avenue.

At the beginning, there was a typical Madrid bar from the eighties: a narrow corner space with a high bar, low ceiling and small windows.

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The designers have decided to clean the space from everything superfluous and return it to its original appearance. The XIX century granite and brick walls were freed from decorative marble and wooden panels and a thick layer of plaster. Thus, the designers got an ideal basis to merge modern urban and natural concepts. The ceiling hiding the pipes and wires was deconstructed and the new conditioning system was left open adding height to the premises. New high metal windows, open wide in good weather, let inside lots of light and air.

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The interior is full of tropical plants. The colour scheme of this multi-layered space consists of comfortable to the eye natural hues, terracotta walls and ceramics visually support the newly visible brick wall. The furniture and other elements of the interior are made of natural materials – wood of local traditional and exotic varieties, naked metal, marble slab with the live edge as a low bar, microcement, glass, plenty of handmade ceramics, custom-made marble wall tiles and custom painted ceramic wall tiles.

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Most of the furniture is of Yaroslav Galant design, the rest was purchased from European manufacturers. In this cosmopolitan interior, you will also find some vintage pieces from different countries. For example, a massive cupboard found in an auction in London got a new life as a capacious waiter drawer. Old industrial lights above the bar were brought from Germany. English bar chairs Tri-Space Stool by Terence Woodgate and John Barnard (Formula 1 cars’ designer) visually support the LaMarzocco KB 90 coffee machine whose exterior was inspired by the 70s sports cars. The colour of the casing was custom-made according the colour scheme of the interior.

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The designers managed to save the ancient marble staircase leading to the lower level of the building. The old railings were deconstructed and in their place now you will find high wooden racks some of which are used to store wine. On the lower level, there is a spacious room with long wooden tables for group meetings.

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Miski Restaurant Malasaña District – Building Information

Design: Yaroslav Galant Innovative Design
Year: 2019
Area: 216 sqm
Construction company: Vasal Reformas S.L.
Wood manufacture: Summum Muebles 1914 S.L.

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Photographer: Alexey Lomako

Miski Restaurant in Madrid – images / information received 241119

Location: Madrid, Spain

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