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Interiors Inspired by Colorful Peruvian Textiles
Inspired by the vibrant colors of traditional Peruvian textiles, the new 3,825 square-foot SuViche restaurant in Miami’s popular CityPlace Doral is SuViche Hospitality Group’s unveiling of its new concept designed by hospitality design experts Saladino Design Studios.
A playful, relaxed vibe was integrated into the space by installing swinging chairs hanging by ropes around a large wooden communal table. One of the most eye-catching details in the restaurant is the multi-color handwoven macramé rope art mural that adorns an entire wall above the banquets. Saladino Design Studios commissioned Miami artist Kandi Stirman to create this amazing rope mural that’s made of 137 pieces of nylon yard braids measuring 34 feet long each.
The art and whimsy continue with a custom floral and moss graffiti wall that reads “Let’s Get Saucy”. The color orange is part of SuViche’s brand identity and logo so orange tones were implemented throughout the space including the furniture, and the patterned, orange cinder blocks that are found at the entryway and used as wall dividers.
“This particular SuViche really stands out from the other SuViche restaurants we’ve designed because we were able to work with local artists. The rope art mural and the floral graffiti wall really added an extra pizzazz to the interiors,” said Sean Saladino, co-founder, Saladino Design Studios.
The restaurant features an impressive Pisco Bar ordained with orange metal mesh paneling that showcases a variety of Pisco infusions including indigenous fresh herbs, fruits and unique spices. The ceiling is enveloped in custom-designed hanging planters and colorful hand-crafted wicker light fixtures and the unique flooring consists of carefully milled wood and terrazzo, artfully installed by Saladino.
The 150-seat marquis restaurant offers a full bar and serves fusion-inspired sushi rolls, ceviche and other Peruvian specialties. This is the brand’s sixth location in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties.
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