Get & Go Restaurant / Andres Remy Arquitectos

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Architects: Andres Remy Arquitectos
Location: Buenos Aires,
Directors in Charge: Guido Piagio and Lilian Kandus
Collaborators: Martin Delatorre, Diego Siddi
Project Area: 150 sqm
Project Year: 2009
Photographs: Courtesy of Andres Remy Arquitectos

The challenge presented for the business is based, basically, on a programmed restructuring of space, keeping the architectural existing elements and giving them, at the same time, a special character, where the new fuses with the existing, through interventions that define these new elements as part of a renewed architectural environment.

lower floor plan

The restaurant functionality required a clear circulation to access the different areas in the proper timing.

Following this idea, a central volume – holding the cashier and the coffee stand – guides the path to the other functions in the surround. This envelop continuity breaks, giving place to the sitting area and displays.

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All these elements guide the clients all the way in and out.

Throughout wide glass planes, the restaurant tries to mix with the exterior.

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This emphasizes the brand’s idea of quality, transparent and clean service.

The façade, product of the interior elements, changes through a closure system according to the exterior needs.

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Cite: "Get & Go Restaurant / Andres Remy Arquitectos" 23 Apr 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed 27 May 2015. <>
  • Lucas

    ?????? …. and???

  • shetu

    nothing special

  • roberto gonzales

    Me parece importante que de programas tan simples se pueda hacer buena arquitectura, simple y funcional, no parece que estuviera en Buenos Aires, donde los lugares de comida rapida, tienen cero diseno……..
    felicitaciones a los arquitectos, sigan asi, me gusta mucho lo que hacen.
    desde buenos aires.


    i enjoy these arch projects.

  • Andrei P

    Small place, but with a local identity. The concept model looks better though.

  • Karen

    Small place, but with a local identity. The concept model looks better though.