Kinza Cafe, Spain

I witnessed how that spot changed from the empty box into a lovely cafe. The great example how the idea of creative person turned real.  I took me some time to think what shall I add into the design which seemed already complete. We ended up with a floral pattern of coriander  (which actually is the meaning of word ‘Kinza’, in Russian).

I am content with the result which now brings a positive, a bit cheerful element into the wisely made interior.

The week of the Indian cuisine inspired us to put those temporary mandalas on the glass of the entrance door.

Once again I enjoyed making this project because the place is truly amazing. A new cafe with an artistic approach to a menu and attention to small details.

Whenever in San Sebastian visit Kinza!

 

 

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