Diversos detalles de la barra del restaurante y los acabados de las sillas y booths, diseñados
por Stone Designs/ Various details of the restaurant bar and the finishes of the chairs and
booths, designed by Stone Designs.
“Si tuviéramos que elegir un espacio, sería el restaurante La Cúpula. La idea de reproducir esa enorme imagen de una supernova en el
techo crea un efecto muy espectacular, tanto desde dentro como desde fuera del restaurante. Te traslada a otra dimensión en la que la
elegancia de sus booths, en contraste con las lámparas de Tom Dixon, recrea una atmósfera que parece sacada de una novela de Julio
Verne”. “If we had to choose a place, it would be La Cúpula Restaurant. The idea of reproducing that huge image of a supernova on the
ceiling creates a very spectacular effect, both from inside and outside of the restaurant. It transports you to another dimension in which
the elegance of its booths, in contrast to the lamps from Tom Dixon, recreates an atmosphere that seems to be taken from a Jules Verne
novel”. Cutu Mazuelos, diseñador y co-fundador de Stone Designs. Cutu Mazuelos, Designer and Co-founder of Stone Designs.
Lámparas de Tom Dixon suspendidas sobre las mesas/ Lamps by Tom Dixon hanging over the tables.
explain that the distribution of the space is focused on guiding all
diners towards the spectacular sea views that the restaurant boasts,
to be able to enjoy at sunset how the Tenerife sky blends with the
particular roof of the premises.
The entrance to the restaurant is a capsule made of green and gold
that reminds one of the novel “Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the
Sea,” by Jules Verne, a piece of poetic and aesthetic license from
Stone Designs. And already in the interior, we find different floor
heights, and several types of seats such as “booths”, round tables
etc.; to offer the visitor a wide range of options for enjoying the
space. Likewise, each of these spaces differs thanks to its certain and
selected lighting. The technical lighting of Erco is present throughout
the restaurant, and the place is splashed with lamps from B.lux, Flos,
Tom Dixon and Zero lighting. These lamps help identify spaces and
make them more welcoming
Art Noveau in the Common Areas
“In all the other common areas and in the spa, the criteria we have
followed has been the same as in the suites.” Thus, the linear restaurant
buffet called Solandra -the second restaurant that this hotel
boasts-, aims to become the perfect canvas for the dishes to become
transformed into works of art. “The sinuosity of its lines favours
circulation and avoids uncomfortable corners that always generate
dead spaces”. The mint green finish on the coverings, with brass
inserts, also speaks of an architectural style “that left us an immense
legacy of style and quality”.