Erbalunga estudio Combines Old And New For The Design Of Le Crêpe da Pía

Erbalunga estudio have designed a creperie in Spain that combines original old stone, and new modern design elements. #Creperie #Cafe #RetailDesign #WoodSlats

Photography by Ivan Casal Nieto

 

Erbalunga estudio have designed Le Crêpe da Pía, a creperie in Tui, Spain, that combines original old stone and new, contemporary design elements.

 

Erbalunga estudio have designed a creperie in Spain that combines original old stone, and new modern design elements. #Creperie #Cafe #RetailDesign #WoodSlats

Photography by Ivan Casal Nieto

Located within the old medieval part of the city, the stonework from that time has been left untouched, while a service counter has been added at the front of the creperie, making it easy for someone to quickly buy something and continue walking around the streets.


Erbalunga estudio have designed a creperie in Spain that combines original old stone, and new modern design elements. #Creperie #Cafe #RetailDesign #WoodSlats #Logo

Photography by Ivan Casal Nieto

Further inside, the wood slats that were used to cover the front of the service counter, have also been used to create seating against the stone wall.


Erbalunga estudio have designed a creperie in Spain that combines original old stone, and new modern design elements. #Creperie #Cafe #RetailDesign #WoodSlats #Logo

Photography by Ivan Casal Nieto

A steel frame travels from the floor and wraps onto the ceiling, allowing for additional wood slats be mounted, and to create a place for the lighting to hang, without having to install them into the ceiling. Simple white chairs with light wood table tops complement the overall design of the creperie.


Erbalunga estudio have designed a creperie in Spain that combines original old stone, and new modern design elements. #Creperie #Cafe #RetailDesign #WoodSlats

Photography by Ivan Casal Nieto

On the wall opposite, a bright white wall has alcoves with hidden lighting and a simple wood bar top is mounted within another steel frame.


Erbalunga estudio have designed a creperie in Spain that combines original old stone, and new modern design elements. #Creperie #Cafe #RetailDesign #Lighting

Photography by Ivan Casal Nieto

Looking back towards the street, it’s easy to see that the steel frames and wood slats have been continued into the service area, creating a simple yet unified look throughout.


Erbalunga estudio have designed a creperie in Spain that combines original old stone, and new modern design elements. #Creperie #Cafe #RetailDesign #WoodSlats

Photography by Ivan Casal Nieto

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