Hey jumpers, we head to Mexico City. It is not just a jump in the space but also in time, since the experience we are about to describe takes place in a building that dates back to early 1900s expressing a style inspired by grand european railway stations. If you are confidential with Mexico City road caos we are speaking of Colonia Roma, Avenida Alvaro Obrégon 49, near to Plaza Rio de Janeiro.
Our guys are called Rodrig Espinoza and his two partners, Marcela Lugo and Arturo who designed Romita Comedor restaurant catching our environmental excellence attention. We encountered few examples of this cross-over style in Paris and Buenos Aires, with a taste of french voyages of early ’900, Lisbon vintage coffee shops, wet Brasilian vintage dance-halls.
Wood and tile, wood furnishings, many plants create a sense of perfect setting in the building evironment. And then we got to taste the food, ok give a look to these generous pics.