The first strategy to design Orgaz was to set up a clear structure of serving spaces and served spaces. To that end, the place is defined by a pure volume which contains all the services of the restaurant (bar, kitchen, storage, toilets...) It is developed by a permeable solid-wood structure composed of vertical and horizontal elements, like porticos, which are modulated along the perimeter, creating access and visual relationships.
One of our proporsal was to define hierarchies and generate high visual qualities of the space. The wood box allows us to include the public space along the glass façade. We could highlight the façade, which is modulated by folding sliding joinery, allowing to open the restaurant to the street, boosting the urban and open nature of the business.
The result of the design is determined by the using of materials, that follows the logic of the proposal. Outside the box, oak floorboards are used, so both wood elements will never contact. At the public area, we deal with the vertical projection using a white hexagon mosaic. A green band makes the transition between wood and glass mosaic, while indicating by words, the use of spaces that gives access.