Saladino Design Studios Showcases the New Novecento Brand in Miami’s Doral Neighborhood

The Rustic Interior Design Concept is Inspired by Ancient Bodegas from Argentina and Spain Miami / 2018

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The new owners of Novecento, an Argentinian hotspot with several locations in Miami, recently tapped Saladino Design Studios to re-concept their restaurant brand. The previous restaurants featured lots of sports memorabilia and were more formal with tablecloths, dark woods and deep red leather banquets.  The restaurant group challenged Saladino to create a more contemporary, warm and family-friend concept with sophisticated interiors inspired by their travels that blended well with their new food and wine program.
 
The result is a 5,000 square-foot, two-story restaurant in Miami’s Doral neighborhood that resembles the ancient bodegas typically seen throughout Spain and Argentina.  The space is awash in rustic charm, featuring aged brick and stucco throughout, leather and copper accents, green environmental elements, natural wood finishes and dyed cement checkerboard tile flooring. 
 
At the entrance, the restaurant’s exterior signage is hand-made from classic Argentine road signs that were combined into 3D letters. Moving inside, light woods were used throughout including the walls, stairwell and furnishings to provide a modern finish. Upstairs, the lounge has colorful woven lounge chairs surrounded by exotic plants while the main dining room has open, high ceilings with hanging basket light fixtures and photos of Argentine pop culture. 
 
All of the millwork was custom designed and crafted including the wine-barrel tables in the downstairs’ wine station and lounge.  The full bar is made from reclaimed wood surrounded by tall liquor shelves to give the space a warm inviting feel, while the outside has comfortable patio seating surrounded by a variety of succulents and lush hanging plants that entices guests to hang all day.


About Saladino Design Studios:


For more than a decade, Saladino Design Studios’ team of creative designers, engineers, architects, and craftsmen have dedicated themselves to the philosophy of concept, design and build solutions.  With a lifelong passion for hospitality, the Miami-based collaborative studio led by brothers and co-founders, Sean and Mike Saladino, is fueled by the individualized narrative the artisans craft for each project.  The SDS team has produced more than 100 notable projects in South Florida including Los Altos, Suviche, Novecento, Ovlo Eats, Beaker & Gray, Bird & Bone, Funky Buddha, among others.  For more information, visit www.saladinodesign.com or follow them on social media @SaladinoDesignStudios.


 

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    The new owners of Novecento, an Argentinian hotspot with several locations in Miami, recently tapped Saladino Design Studios to re-concept their restaurant brand. The previous restaurants featured lots of sports memorabilia and were more formal with tablecloths, dark woods and deep red leather banquets.  The restaurant group challenged Saladino to create a more contemporary, warm and family-friend concept with sophisticated interiors inspired by their travels that blended well with their...

    Project details
    • Year 2018
    • Work started in 2017
    • Work finished in 2018
    • Client Suviche Hospitality Group
    • Status Completed works
    • Type Restaurants / Interior Design
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