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This Restaurant In Toronto Has A Ceiling Design Inspired By The Billowing Tarps Of Mexican Market Stalls

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Canadian architecture studio PARTISANS, has completed Quetzal, a new restaurant in Toronto, whose design has been inspired by the billowing tarps of Mexico’s mercados (market stalls).

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In addition to being inspired by the Mexico’s market stalls, further inspiration was drawn from the organic details found in Oaxacan pottery.

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The white, undulating ceiling is composed of glass fibre-reinforced gypsum, while the bar and details feature Canadian maple and Ductal concrete.

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The restaurant’s open galley kitchen is a 24-foot-long, open-flame grill that runs the length of the space, making Quetzal one of the few restaurants in North America to deploy indoor wood fire on such a sizable scale.

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Photography by?Doublespace Photography


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