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OSLO 位于巴伦西亚城市中心一所1850年修建的建筑内。该项目处在繁华的Plaza del Negrito广场和城市教堂中间，其设计理念是最大程度上尊重原有建筑的风格、重要性和布局特点。这是Borja Garcia Studio与Grupo Copenhagen合作的第三个项目。
The Project is placed in a building completed in the year 1850, in the heart of the city of Valencia. Placed between the busy Plaza del Negrito and the cathedral of the city, the main objective of the intervention has been respecting the atmosphere of the building, its materiality and distributionas much as possible. It is the third project carried out by this studio for Grupo Copenhagen.
The space is divided in two levels connected by a huge staircase made of solid brick, proof of the original construction of the building. The access is delimited by a thick wooden door that connects the restaurant with the outside, highlighting the open personality of the ground floor.This ground level is outlined with a more informal and intimate character, oriented towards appetizers and light dinners. An idea that it is emphasized with the presence of a slim bookcase made of thin steel lacquered in matt black, which weaves together with the emphatic presenceof the XIX century brick.
我们在酒吧墙壁上发现了巴伦西亚艺术家Lawerta的插画作品“Drikker og venner”。这是一幅北欧城市的简画，带有艺术气息的纯手工笔触让整个空间充满色彩和温馨。一张高高的桌子让我们仿佛置身于传统食堂，桌子前面则是酒吧区。各式各样的高桌填满了空间，似乎也在追寻着酒吧的无限活力。
Overtaking the bar, we find a space dominated by the “Drikker og venner” illustration –of the Valencian artist Lawerta– which plays with animage of the Nordic city that, through a handmade and artisan stroke, fills the space with color and warmth. A tall table takes us to the traditionalcanteens, while in front of it a bar expands and different tall tables complete the room looking for dynamism in that area of the bar.
上层分为三块区域。第一块区域的主要特色是靠近人形街道的三个开口，自然光线从这里倾泻而入，照亮了主区域。光线渗入下层，并穿透透明隔断到达所有三个区域。空间内的大圆桌和成排布置的方桌可以满足不同的使用需求。第二空间和第三空间隐藏在隔断和书架之间，更具隐私性。 The upper floor of the premises is divided into three spaces. The first one is characterized by the three shafts that lean over the pedestrian streetand flood the main area with natural light.
This light manages to flows down to the back of the premises through permeable partitions that allow it flowing freely all along the three spaces. A great round table and a succession of rectangular tables allow responding to a wide variety use situations, even in the second and third spaces, where a more intimate atmosphere has been intended, sheltered between gaps and bookshelves.
灯具样式丰富且分布集中，设计师根据不同环境采用不同样式的灯具，并按照具体需要调整高度。入口处，折叠纸灯具倾泻而下，这是对Borja Garcia Studio 2011设计的哥本哈根饭店（Copenhagen restaurant）的致敬。个性化的一层和大众化的二层餐厅各有独特的魅力！
Furniture and Lighting Trying to respect as much as possible the building in which the project is located, the choice has been a type of furniture that does not interfere with the intimate atmosphere of the whole ensemble. Pieces like the Mava chair or the Núcleo table made of natural oak of the Punt company, together with different pieces specially designed for the project, provide quality and warmth to the space, reflecting a simple and sincere image. The lighting is diverse and focalized, playing with different types of lamps according to the different needs and adjusting its heights to each situation. In the entrance, a downpour of lamps made of folded paper is a nod to its oldest brother, the Copenhagen restaurant, developed bythe same team in 2011. A more personal atmosphere in the ground level and a more familiar one in the upper floor provide to each area of a distinguished character.
Project: Borja Garcia Studio (architects: Borja García and Laura Ros).Photography: Borja García StudioLocation: Catalans 8, Valencia
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