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PAULINA RESTAURANT

Lámparas en Restaurante Paulina de Madrid Lámparas colgantes en en Restaurante Paulina de Madrid Lámparas de techo colgantes en Restaurante Paulina de Madrid Lámparas de techo en Restaurante Paulina de Madrid
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RESTAURANTS
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iluminación, interiorismo, lámparas, madrid, pantalla pagoda, restaurantes
About This Project

Paulina restaurant, located in the heart of Madrid (very close to Campo de las Naciones) was inaugurated a few months ago and is characterized by an Asian Fusion cuisine and an extensive wine list.
The interior design of this project was commissioned to the studio Interiorisimo by Marisa Gallo, who wanted to give the space a classy aura and create a cozy atmosphere full of little details. Gray and earth tones dominate in this environment that also plays with certain ethnic inspiration.
Dajor carried out a lighting project in which glass balls and burlap fabrics screens took a special role: we manufactured several hanging lamps with a screen shaped like a dome and a pagoda, as well as a double fringe that gives it an exotic touch. The screens come in different colors like white, beige, and chocolate, and are hung over the tables to provide a warm and pleasant light.
The burlap fabrics is also present in the cylindrical hanging lamps that complement the lighting of the pagodas.
Finally, for the bar-counter we manufactured luminaires with two different-colored asymmetric glass balls (opal and amber) with an aged brass structure that provides a unique personality to the bar counter.