Normann Copenhagen Meets
Magasand, Madrid


What happened when the Spanish restaurant Magasand trusted architects Reyes Castellano and Juan Carlos Fernández with their latest project?

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Lara Moore
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September 17, 2017

 

Well, a thing of beauty was created. Located in an old storage house in Madrid, Magasand’s third location boasts double height ceilings with a very industrial vibe going on that we love!

 

 

Magasand is renowned for its promise to bring the best available produce in form of simple dishes to the table. To continue with this simplicity, the designers from Ventura Estudio opted to have the restaurant’s decor very minimalist, only displaying the things needed for the restaurant to function – not a single decoration without a purpose.

That’s where Normann Copenhagen come in. According to the architects, they “needed a comfortable chair that was light, simple – and that would have the same concept as the restaurant – Normann Copenhagen’s My Chair was perfect! It has a beautiful design and it is simple at the same time.”

 

 

They opted for the My Chair with pale green legs to tie in with the colours in Magasand’s logo, making the chairs the perfect touch to tie the whole restaurant together. We just can’t get enough of this décor!

All images included belong to Juan Baraja.


 

Shop the ‘My Chair’ here

 

Lara Moore

@nydeinteriors

Lara Moore

@nydeinteriors

Lara is the Co-Founder of Nyde and has always liked 'pretty things', which naturally lead to her obsession with all things interiors. She loves a clean, minimalist aesthetic, which lends itself well to Scandinavian interiors – something she regularly takes a lot of inspiration from.