Filippo Wood Oven Restaurant and Cafe was conceptualized as a in/out terrace. It consists on a movable glass and acrylic door façade, that allows the space to be completely open to the two streets the site faces. There is a flexibility to partially open the space, or not depending on the weather conditions.
The composition of the space consists on an all exposed concrete ceiling, concrete columns and slab, partitions in perforated wood panels and perforated gold metal panels, a mix of black, pink and wood, terrazzo and marble tops, and a mix of wood and upholstered chairs, that creates and industrial, fresh and delicate look.
We created a gold metal box to hide the kitchen, service area and to contain the bar and pizza oven counter.

In the main sitting area, we created a piece of furniture to divide the space into two distinct dining areas: an informal café area with smaller tables, and the main restaurant. We also created a private room for private diner parties hidden from the main dinning area.

We added plants and trees in the terrace outside and some planters inside to reenforce the outdoor look and feeling while dining. This way, the restaurant's terrace mingles with the trees and green areas on the street.

Filippo is a place from breakfast, lunch, coffee to drinks at night. It transforms during the day into the night, with a lighting design that gives texture and emotion to the space. We were able to change the atmosphere from day to night, and follow the restaurant’s vibe throughout its different stages.

2018

2020

Construction Area 335 sq meters
Located in San Jose Costa Rica, in a mixed use project in Escazu.
There restaurant is designed to work with natural light and cros ventilation to optimize lighting and electric consumption.
We used local manufacturers for all custom furniture and millwork, and Italian and Spanish brands for upholstered and wooden furniture.

JSARQ
Main Designer Janine Schneider
Project Architect Jose Herrero
MEPSA Electrical and Mechanical Engineer
CPG Construction Company
Photographer Roberto D'Ambrisio

Filippo Wood Oven by JSARQ in Costa Rica won the WA Award Cycle 36. Please find below the WA Award poster for this project.

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