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Anjo Solto ZN Restaurant

3rd Place Award,  Commercial Space Category, in annual competition by New Center of Professional Architects and Designers from Pernambuco (Novo Núcleo PE), Brazil 

A former modernist residence that had been transformed over the years is converted into a hip night dining spot in the Northeast of Brazil. The design pays homage to the modern heritage while keeping up with the client's cool and cozy ambience. New and restored finishes  mingle together in a bar / collective table that unfolds into two levels of dining spaces and a richly landscape outdoor patio, perfect for dining under warm tropical evenings.

This project was featured on AU issue 275, one of the longest-running architecture and urbanism magazines in Latin America.

Dining area facing wine cellar and bar. Photo: Mariana Guerra

Floor plans

Bar & collective table with staircase at back wall. Photo: Mariana Guerra

Dining area seen from bar. Photo: Mariana Guerra

Dining area looking towards wine cellar and bar. Photo: Mariana Guerra

Wine cellar. Photo: Mariana Guerra

Staircase to dining at upper level. Photo: Mariana Guerra

Dining at upper level. Photo: Mariana Guerra

Detail of custom lighting fixture integrated. Photo: Mariana Guerra

Outdoor dining area. Photo: Mariana Guerra

Longitudinal section

The project featured on AU magazine, one of the longest-running architecture magazines in Latin America

The bar area as featured on AU # 275, one of the longest-running architecture magazines in Latin America

Staircase to upstairs dining as featured on AU issue 275.

Project drawings featured on AU issue 275.

Dining areas as featured on AU issue 275.

Detail of dining area as featured on AU issue 275.

The exterior and outdoor dining area as featured on AU issue 275.

The wine cellar as featured on AU issue 275.

Upper floor dining and details of custom light fixture as featured on AU issue 275.