Saboc is a gastronomic space which can be found next to the new highlight of the centre of Barcelona, El Born CC, and is trying to add a 50’s atmosphere in the freshly renewed area thanks to its Nordic style and delicate design.
Food is the key thing in Saboc, so the architects Juan Carlos Fernández, Adam Bresnick and Reyes Castellano, with the collaboration of Antonio Romeo y Miguel Peña, have created a minimalistic and clear space using a design based on soft lines and hardwood, which transports us to a coloured universe very Scandinavian.
Classic Mediterranean hydraulic tile, with hexagonal shape to pay homage to the ones created by Gaudi placed in popular passeig de Gràcia in Barcelona, are one of the highlights and mark the colour palette with their grey tones.
And of course, a menu based on 4 types of cooking: raw, low temperature, with stoves and griddles. An original proposal to experience and enjoy the difference from small and deliberately simple dishes.
Saboc restaurant has become the ideal stage for furniture with attractive and delicate shapes, a charming establishment suitable to be the set for the new catalog by mobles 114. There the contrasts between crafts and industry characteristic of Green chairs by Javier Mariscal and Luco stools by Martín Azúa have made an impression.
Photography: Meritxell Arjalaguer