Argentinian gastronomic concept Fresco has debuted its fourth location in Buenos Aires. Completed by locally based design practice Hitzig Militello Arquitectos, the bi-level restaurant fuses modern and industrial aesthetics, with a touch of 1950s influence.
Wire mesh serves as a key aspect of the material palette, establishing a link between the interior balcony and storefront façade. Inside, walls clad in wood reflect the structure’s midcentury roots. A marble-topped bar wraps the perimeter of the bright and airy upper level.
Suspended from the ceiling, six large cylindrical light fixtures enveloped in greenery—ferns, philodendrons, Calatheas, among others—offset the mostly neutral color scheme.