Numa Beach

  • Prize
    Winner in Architectural Design Restaurant – Casual
  • Company/Firm
    Minimal Studio
  • Lead Designer
    David Martínez Jofre
  • Interior Designer
    Minimal Studio

Obsession with happiness is its meaning in Japanese.

With this premise, this beach club project has been conceived, which blends in with its idyllic surroundings.

Its neutral chromatic scale endows the space with a visual neatness which connects with its perimeter view of the sea at all times

Different functional environments have been developed and designed throughout the entire surface of the establishment, with a visual and aesthetic connection, encompassing several project concepts into one. From the tranquility and absolute rest in front of the sea, to an amphitheater turned into a dance floor, or even a relaxation room that is also an art gallery.

The joints of the different pavements have been made with sea sand, creating a total connection and camouflage with its location.

Special attention has been made to the lighting of the establishment, which advances and adapts to the specific solar influence of the concrete moment, in addition to creating a conceptual and imaginative game as can be seen in the development of the access tunnel to the bathrooms.

Project Management & Design:
J. David Martínez Jofre
Copyright: Carlos Terra