Nazca Restaurant / Giancarlo Mazzanti

Name: Nazca, Peruvian Restaurant
Architects: Giancarlo Mazzanti and Paula Galarza
Collaborators: Sergio Garzón, Alberto Aranda, Diana Vásquez
Contractor: Jaime Pizarro
Design: 2003
Construction: 2004

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The project is located on the new T zone in Bogota, . The program is divided in two zone: snacks, bar and VIP on the 2nd floor, dining and kitchen on the first floor.

The project looks to enhace the relation with street level, by overlooking pedestrians from a big stair on the entrance, to sit and watch.

Through this stair you arrive to the second floor, and after passing through the terrace you enter the bar area. From there, you go down one level onto a more protected and intimate space, on which is the main dining area which opens to an inner patio.

was used relating to traditional inca works, contrasting with red glass.

Cite: "Nazca Restaurant / Giancarlo Mazzanti" 05 Sep 2008. ArchDaily. Accessed 19 Dec 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=5968>
  • Musser

    I apologize for being slightly negative, but architects should never attempt signage design for their own buildings.

  • Scledon

    It´s awesome in Colombia that new architects move the typical construction type to a new level.. Even if this is not the best architecture. Is a big step for the culture

  • camilo

    the food is very good, but i not like the building…. its more.. the same and the same.

    i think colombian architecture have many others good buildings
    http://www.cituexperiencialocal.org/citu/joomla/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=183&Itemid=1

    sorry for my english

  • alessia

    Buongiorno sig. Gilberto, forse ho sbagliato mail ma starei cercando gilberto l’amico di igles, se non è Lei le chiedo scusa!
    Buona giornata, alessia

  • http://www.blogota.com blogota.com

    Correction: Nazca is not located in Bogota’s T zone as the article asserts. If anything, it’s NEAR the G zone in the Rosales district.

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  • mil

    If you see the buildings of mister Mazzanti in flesh, you will be even more disappointed… did you see here something special?