Dutch East Design is composed by Dieter Cartwright, Larah Moravek and William Oberlin who’ve managed to create some of the most stunning interiors one can see in a variety of decor projects. One of them is the well-established Mexican restaurant group Rosa Mexicano which had the aim of creating a stylish, classic and beautiful flagship. CovetED is going to show you how they accomplished this.
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In order to keep up with the culture and the style of the original restaurant, the team at Dutch East Design came up with a concept best defined as a bistro mixed with a traditional Mexican Hacienda, with a majority of elements sourced directly from Guadalajara. They aimed at creating a space that perfectly reflected upon the Mexican style, culture, and of course, its cuisine.
Upstairs there’s the intimate dining room and bar, while downstairs one can venture into the subterranean Masa y Agavewill mezcaleria heavily based off of Mexico’s local cantinas. It even has a special feature featuring 400 bottles of tequilas, mezcals and others. This establishment even has a unique scheme of pink, from which it draws its name.
In the bar, we can also find Mexican tiles, as well as teal-coloured booths evoking the colour of agave. The restaurant is also notable for having hand-carved rose-patterned wood panels lining the restaurant’s entryway. Not to mention the lovely coloured tiles imported from Guadalajara decorating the unique guacamole station.
However, the most marking image related to this restaurate by Dutch East Design is definitely the one with the 100 amber pendants hand-picked from the markets of Guadalajara. They hand in the private dining room, where they catch the natural light filtering through them from the skylight.
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