Argentinean Gran Fierro Restaurant in Prague completed by Formafatal

Strong interiors for the South American restaurant in the heart of Europe

Prague

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img.0All images © Jakub Skokan, Martin Tůma | Boys play nice

Argentinean restauranteur Juan Cruz Pacin brings his home-country’s cuisine to Prague with ‘Gran Fierro’. Located in the center of the city on Vorsilska Street, the eatery gives the heart of Europe a taste of South America. Cocktails, food, and tango make the place a hotspot for those out for a night on the town. Aside from the good eats, the restaurant is characterized with a strong interior by architects Dagmar Stěpánová and Katarína Varsová of Formafatal.

img.1Heavy woods and argentinean details pair with the rough, meat-heavy style of South American Cuisine

Their design is characterized by its two large, defined spatial areas. One zone, around the entrance, is dominated by a large bar visible from the expansive front windows. In the back, there’s a more intimate space filled with tables, and a small lounge with armchairs. Regardless of where you are, the kitchen and chefs busy at work are always within eyesight. All features are tied together neatly with patina’d wood tables, metal shelving, and upholstery made with tanned argentinean leather. 

img.2Private dining room 

img.3Rebar division wall 

img.4Seating with argentinean leather upholstery 

img.5Small window dining area 

img.6Main bar, entrance room 

img.7Chairs

img.8Back area with cow lights 

img.9Bar stools and bench seating 

 

Via Designboom