A contemporary space with rustic touches, located in a privileged setting on the outskirts of Madrid. Traditional materials such as clay, granite and wood coexist and an up-to-date aesthetic results in a pleasant environment for the tasting of high quality culinary products.
The whole unit, of spectacular dimensions, is formed by three buildings joined together around a central courtyard. Access is through the granite courtyard to a space that serves as a link to two of the main blocks of the complex. The first construction is made of granite – a material widely used in the area of Castilla – and wood, forming a structure of trusses that support the roof. These are inspired by the ‘teito’ buildings typical of northern Cantabria; huts and barns – made of stone and covered with vegetation such as straw or broom – which used to be used as pantries. via