该项目是由 METROPOLIS 设计，位于秘鲁。这是一家主题餐厅，印加墙，松散摆放的石头，古秘鲁建筑风格随处可见。
Renown chef Gastón Acurio´s PANCHITA is a peruvian cuisine Restaurant, where the main idea was to recreate recurrent elements of the architecture of the coastal hacienda.
To achieve this we set the scenario as a typical housing tipology known as “casona”; a place to feel cosy and festive and to enjoy exquisit peruvian dishes.
As a contemporary element, exterior walls are meant to be the the main character of the Project. These simulate acient peruvian architecture such as stone inca walls or mud colonial walls by using a metal frame and mesh with loose stones, then dramatized with he application of night lighting based on LEDs. This lighting dies white and red light waves that are reminiscent of the Peruvian flag.
Placed at a corner of the project, another colonial feature would be the “zaguán”, a previous space that “announces “ that a bigger and more important one is coming. At the inside we find the “big patio”: a two-level space that revolves around a bread oven and tubers that becomes the focus of the entire restaurant.
The exteriors have been treated as a concrete esplanade that serves as a framework for the volumetry and details of this Peruvian Cuisine Temple.