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April, 2024
Cantabrian Maritime Museum Restaurant, Spain designed by Zooco Estudio | Photo: David Zarzoso

Within the Cantabrian Maritime Museum Restaurant, find a new restaurant designed by Zooco Estudio set within the museum’s brutalist concrete building’s arched paraboloids that were uncovered during the site renovation. Zooco Estudio added oak wood for the interior seating and slatted timber ceiling panels which conceal the heaters, air conditioner and lighting so as not to disturb the visual minimalism of the space. The architects created the contemporary renovation intending to retain the buildings charm as a vestige of the past, adding four additional concrete arches to complete the symmetry of the space.

Cantabrian Maritime Museum Restaurant, Spain designed by Zooco Estudio | Photo: David Zarzoso
Cantabrian Maritime Museum Restaurant, Spain designed by Zooco Estudio | Photo: David Zarzoso
Cantabrian Maritime Museum Restaurant, Spain designed by Zooco Estudio | Photo: David Zarzoso
Cantabrian Maritime Museum Restaurant, Spain designed by Zooco Estudio | Photo: David Zarzoso

Cantabrian Maritime Museum Restaurant
Museo Marítimo del Cantábrico
Av. de Severiano Ballesteros, s/n, 39004 Santander, Cantabria, Spain

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Text: Joanna Kawecki
Images: David Zarzoso

Cantabrian Maritime Museum Restaurant, Spain designed by Zooco Estudio | Photo: David Zarzoso
April, 2024