In this Greek restaurant, Egeo, in Valencia, the interior design studio Masquespacio got inspiration from the Ancient Ruins. The studio created the columns with a 3D printer to transmit a modern spin on the traditional Greek style. This restaurant is one floor only with a blue and white color scheme.
Ego features a cave look interior with micro cement-coated chairs and walls with a curvy shape thanks to the columns. The materials used on the walls and the floors, mortex, create an adobe effect.
Masquespecio fractured the restaurant into two pieces. The columns were created by a 3D printer and are connected with tubular lighting.
In the restaurant, we can see wooden stools that look like chunky chess pieces on wooden tables and chairs. The sconce lights were attached to decorative organic shapes. Plus, the central bar was designed to recreate a bustling market atmosphere. You can order traditional souvlaki from a vendor. The eatery is the first Egeo restaurant in Valencia, although the chain already has a location in Madrid.