Javelina Restaurant

This 1,600 sf restaurant interior draws inspiration from the fusion of traditional Mexican design elements, such as encaustic tile and geometric patterning, with qualities of the sparse & arid landscape of southwest Texas. A neutral, earth-toned palette of natural materials is punctuated by the application of vibrant desert-inspired color and high contrast materials, suggestive of strong daylight and crisp shadows; curvilinear bistro chairs and live succulents & cactus offer visual relief to the interior’s stark angularity. The interior features commissioned artwork by several Texas based artists and a custom fabricated lighting installation evocative of the region’s sprawling multi-branched cactus. The fast-track project was completed in collaboration with Joel Mozersky Design.

Project Data
Client: Private
Project Size: 1,600 square feet
Construction Cost: Private
Services: Interior Architecture
Completed: 2015
Credits: Photos courtesy of Javelina