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Muerde la Pasta restaurant – Mataró and Madrid

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RESTAURANTS
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design, interior design, lamps, lighting, madrid, manufactuarting lamps, mataró, restaurant
About This Project

Muerde la Pasta is a free buffet restaurant franchise that offers more than 150 recipes of Italian-Mediterranean inspiration, ideal for lovers of pasta, pizza and gratins. Their locations are spread across Spain. With the help of the team of interior designers Costa Group, we lighted their premises in Madrid and Mataró.
We manufactured for both locations a complex and extensive network of light fittings, of which we can highlight some large retro-style pendant lamps, with an aged brass finishing structure, ten arms that hold ten transparent glass balls, and at the top, four more balls of smaller size. We also made other pendant lights, formed by a circle with eight opal glass balls, suspended by chains and with a matte gold structure, which maintained the retro style that we were looking for. We complemented the lighting with other lamps made of small pineapple glass balls placed in four circles in a metal structure.
We were also commissioned a wooden beam for the dining room, different types of wall and ceiling lights, industrial bells, ball lamps, as well as small pendants that provided additional light and a vintage lighting for the mirrors of the toilets.
Finally, we manufactured a large circular ceiling lamp with thin and elongated gold tubes, and rows of small bulbs that shine to create a spectacular effect.