The project is located in an exclusive area of the city of Buenos Aires, within the area of the most important polo field in South America.
The project is the result of a two-factor investigation in related to the company that called us to the Stella Artois project, which we will describe as follows.
On the one hand, the building volume made us interested in refering it to the medieval constructive silhouettes that define the typical skyline of Bruges, which is very typical of Belgium, the country where the brand was born.
On the other hand, the interior work had to refer to the concept of the old typical European coffees of the beginning of the 20th century, very related to the Parisians style.
The challenge was to compose a volume inspired by these old buildings and their characteristic Belgian ceilings, but executing the figure under a contemporary vision, that is, modifying the slopes of the ceiling generating a dynamism and avoiding a regular volume generating a dynamism and avoiding a regular volume. It looks like the image of the typical buildings in front of the Dijver canal or the Bruges market.