Food and Beverage
Three generations of hearty home cooked Spanish and American inspired recipes from a Bacolod family handed from generation to generation, always reinvented and now rebranded Tres. Cozy comfort was a priority for the owners. The simple material palette is comprised of plastered wall, metal, cement, and stone. Handcrafted hanging planters line the length of the restaurant. Implanted in a corner lot, the project for this restaurant seeks to break with the patterns of land occupation of the region, through a large setback proposed on the larger face of the building, where the parking space are organized. In formal terms, a simple and pure volumetry was sought, which is approached by its facade. With a focus on both comfort and aesthetic value, each piece offers practical, pragmatic design with a touch of character.