Project type: Interior Design Location: Monterrey, Nuevo León. Mexico. Year: 2017 Size: 767m2
Design Team: Alejandro Hernandez,Alejandro Cantú, Jorge Jáuregui,Diego Licea, Guillermo Schmidt Project Manager: Rosa Bertha González, Construction management: Javier Escobedo, Alejandro Hernandez Architectural Supervision:Alejandro Hernandez, Ricardo Antunez,Jorge Jáuregui,Alejandro Cantú. Photography:GroovyChaos
The purpose of the design was to reflect the personality Northeast of Mexico using materials and accessories manufactured locally of Santiago, Nuevo Leon.
Merendero Tino is a restaurant that offers a variety of traditional and local foods from the Northeast of Mexico.
The establishment is a veteran in northern Mexico, opening its doors for the first time in 1957.
The remodeling required turning it into a place of discovery that combines an informal and domestic atmosphere that generates a connection to the personality of the northeast. The design should accentuate the well-known establishment in the main traditional landmark of northeastern Mexico.
The design integrates the traditional materials of the area and frames the spaces with different textures. All materials and accessories used were selected with local suppliers from Santiago Nuevo León.