Tibiritabara Pizzeria / OCUPAR.estudio

Tibiritabara Pizzeria / OCUPAR.estudio

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  • Architects: OCUPAR.estudio
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  222
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2020
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers :  AutoDesk, Prima Materia, Robert McNeel & Associates, Tecnolite
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Tibiritabara Pizzeria / OCUPAR.estudio - Interior Photography, Beam
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Text description provided by the architects. Tibiritabara is the name of the pizza shop belonging to the local brewing group 7 Barrios. It is placed in a spot that was used as a restaurant before but that was completely transformed to host this new use.

Tibiritabara Pizzeria / OCUPAR.estudio - Interior Photography, Dining room, Wood, Beam
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The original spatial characteristics of this local, made us possible to generate 2 different environments: a roofed interior space and a semi covered patio. The roofed interior space can be seen from the street through its completely glazed façade, generating a direct link with the public space. After crossing the interior space, you enter the semi covered patio, a huge elder tree welcomes you while its shadow covers partially the dining area, the rest of the shadow needed is created by a carrizo-made cover assembled over a metal structure.

Tibiritabara Pizzeria / OCUPAR.estudio - Interior Photography, Dining room, Wood, Chair
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Tibiritabara Pizzeria / OCUPAR.estudio - Interior Photography, Wood
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The finishes were selected in order to provide an austere atmosphere but at the same time generating its own personality. For this purpose, it was developed in site a polish cement coating colored with powdered pigments. We also decided to install a brick floor in the terrace, artisanal tiles and a polish cement floor in the inside and apparent brick walls covered with lime. The inclusion of vegetation both in the inside and the outside, plays a very important role in order to provide some warmth in this atmosphere of sober finishes.

Tibiritabara Pizzeria / OCUPAR.estudio - Interior Photography, Dining room
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Tibiritabara Pizzeria / OCUPAR.estudio - Interior Photography, Patio
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And as great frontal finish, at the back of the semi-covered patio, a mural made by a local artist is revealed in which regional themes are reflected, reinforcing the brand´s purpose to reinterpret and revalue cultural aspects of the city and of the region.

Tibiritabara Pizzeria / OCUPAR.estudio - Interior Photography, Dining room, Beam
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Address:Las Lomas 1ra Secc, San Luis, S.L.P., Mexico

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Location to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address.
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Cite: "Tibiritabara Pizzeria / OCUPAR.estudio" [Pizzería Tibiritabara / OCUPAR.estudio] 18 Jan 2021. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/953018/tibiritabara-pizzeria-ocupastudio> ISSN 0719-8884

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