Don Rudolfo’s Cellar

New construction

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The Bodega Don Rudolfo was a dream come true for our client. We were looking for a gastronomic space that fuses the German and Spanish culture, celebrating, thus, the union of both traditions. The cellar’s design evokes the Bavarian taverns atmosphere, with the Bavarian coat of arms, gold-plated, at the back of arches as a family symbol. Its architecture is characterized by the groin vaults and exposed brick arches that are reminiscent of the taverns of Jerez.

Upon entering, the nobility of the materials used is surprising, such as the oak wood present in both the floor and the furniture. Its warmth can be felt in the whole color palette, with ochre and brown tones that can be seen and sensed in the ceramic mosaics, specially design for this project, just as the aged paint covering the walls and vaults.

As a highlight, a vast mural pays homage to the vine and all the men of the countryside, adding the finishing touch to this captivating space.