11 Apr The gastronomy that never slept
When we were proposed to develop the image of this gastronomic area, there was only one starting point, which was eclectic and addressed both national and international tourism, given its location in the epicentre of the city. We conceived it as a meeting point of cultures, a kind of international transit station in which architectural and identifying elements of the main capitals of the world were represented, from Tokyo to London, through Paris, Athens or Sydney. Passports were the integrating resource, while the sun and the moon of the logo told us about the wide range of services and time of the place, with a restaurant, drinks area, bar, terrace and reserved areas that allowed it to operate almost 24 hours a day. It is a pioneering project in the city, whose image marked the development of the surrounding businesses and that today endures as a terrace and meeting point.