El Molino terrace in Vigo, Galicia
In the heart of Vigo, one of Galicia’s main cities, we come across Calle Policarpo Sanz. This location is near to the Casco Vello or Historic Quarter, which is home to the city’s iconic buildings, such as the García Barbón theatre. This street has a plethora of restaurants and terraces that are the meeting place for many lunches and evening meals.
El Molino patisserie is situated at one end of this street, the perfect spot to enjoy some of the best sweets this olive-producing city has to offer.
At Ezpeleta, alongside our distributor, we had to chance to furnish the outdoor space of this chic establishment. In a space with such an attractive urban setting, we needed to create a modern, clean and elegant atmosphere. To do so, models in white tones were chosen, seeking to match the aesthetic of the bakery, and extremely functional, to make the most of the outdoor space.
The terrace is formed by sets of round QUATRO FOLD tables combined with the HALL chair. The space is surrounded by white lacquered SIENA space dividers with methacrylate, grouping the terrace together as one and making it more welcoming.
Firstly, the QUATRO FOLD table was chosen in white tones, due to its folding mechanism, which makes it functional, practical and aesthetic, in addition to making life easier when it comes to tidying away the terrace. This model also features height adjusters to avoid occasional unevenness of the pavement. Complementing the QUATRO FOLD table, the HALL chair was chosen, also in white. An elegant, simple and functional model, perfect for completing this space which is designed for people to enjoy.
To contain these sets, SIENA space dividers were placed around the edge of the terrace, the ideal solution to create a secure terrace which is protected from bad weather, without foregoing an attractive design.
Finally, to add a more urban feel to the terrace, the QUATRO HIGH FIX table in white was placed with ATTIC stools in the same colour on both sides of the entrance to the establishment. All of this was done following the aesthetic line and with the aim of taking maximum advantage of the space available.