The world is now flat, culture-wise, and (good) tacos can be had in far flung places like the Czech Republic. Burrito Loco is a fun restaurant designed by Formafatal, and it’s Mexican-themed style permeates every inch of the interior. Using a theme of corrugated metal, sombreros and cactus shapes, the restaurant brings a bit of southwest flair to the famed city in central Europe. The design is fun but also restrained, with a unified color palette, and custom-made wall displays and metal framing. Check out the photos below for a tour of the fun space. And if you’ve visited the restaurant, let us know how it is! Via DesignBoom:
The restaurant is a fun mix of colors and textures
The lamps are made form sombreros, and the cactus theme creates a fun wall light texture.
Corrugated metal walls bring a rustic feel to the space, with typography scattered about.
Custom metal framing creates large cactus shapes on the walls
The colors and shapes create a fun and informal atmosphere
Laser cut cacti create interesting wall reliefs
Prague is known for it’s history and culture, not necessarily it’s casual food.
Traditional paper hangings and string lights bring a casual and inviting feel
A wall of hot sauce for sale, framed by rebar, for a fun and casual feel