"Mexican streetscape, grille patterns, lights and plaster bands all come together to recreate the Mexican ”calle” (street)"
|Name of project||Habanero Indiranagar|
|Project Type||Restaurant Interiors|
|client||Mr. David Griffith|
|Year of completion||2012|
|Built up area||3000 sq.ft|
|Contractor||M/s. Hemanth Constructions|
|Photography||Anand Jaju, Umeed Mistry|
Habanero- a Mexican(/ Tex-Mex?) restaurant in Bangalore- is named after the hot chili pepper used in Mexican “Comida de la Calle” (street food).
The restaurant is laid out on two levels with a double-height bar space at the entry connecting them.Soft-edged walls are hand-plastered with undulations on the surface and niche that house the bar display.
The “Obras de arte” (artworks), painted niches in the wall emulating windows with sloped sun-shades of half-round clay tiles depicting Mexican streetscape, grille patterns, lights and plaster bands all come together to recreate the Mexican ”calle” (street) and welcome the guests to an evening of fun and entertainment.