We collaborate with Paulaner, one of the emblematic brands of the Heineken group, for the setting of one of the best located terraces in Madrid at Café Bonaparte. We managed to get the Madrid public to travel to Munich, without leaving their city.
We achieve this by combining elements such as vinyl, the oxidized effect, wood, and the corporeal elements that always add value. We adapt the design imitating real wood to use it in different elements. We cover with vinyl part of the bars, tables and shelves. We add the oxidized effect on the corrugated sheet to unify the style of the space. WC doors were also plotted with vinyl, while printed 10 mm PVC was used on the walls and ornaments were added for integral conditioning.
For the upper part of the chiringo, we manufacture labels in dibond that guarantee a greater durability, together with corporeal letters and the embossed logo.
For the decoration of the stands, we use various corporeal elements and the production of 24 cushions in sublimation. Finally, for the sides of the houses we chose to decorate them with matte front canvas.