random

Interior Design
Madrid in Love

Photography
Fernando Alda & Pablo Panigua

Place
Madrid

The third restaurant opened by Esteban Arnaiz and Aynara Menchaca, owners of the nearby establishments El Columpio and Le Cocó is called Random and since its opening in November 2015 is causing a frenzy in the genuine district of Chamberí in Madrid.

Random comes as “the result of ordering fortuity, of empowering inherent creativity, of fearing what’s conventional. Because what’s static and iterative is wearisome and that’s why in Random we try to be dynamic, aleatory, we escape from confusion and pursuit good vibes”.

Beneath the skylight of the terrace, “an outdoor interior that will not disappoint you”, there are two couples of Copa armchairs and several Altet, surrounded by brick walls and cobbled floors, marble tables and fantastic lamps. In the upper floor, the bistro, defined as “the entrance hall to excess”, is dominated by wood and leather and here it is possible to find several couples of Huma armchairs in light tonalities.

Lastly, the camping, considered as “your adult camp”, is much darker and clandestine. This space imitates a tent and black framed Huma armchairs adapt to its military looks thanks to the camouflage fabric of their upholstered seats. Original details such as geometrical floors, mirrors reminiscent of Dalí’s style, spherical lamps and tiled walls help finishing up the design of this establishment claiming to be the only one in its kind. All in all, a tangible evidence of how to fuse chic and underground and not die trying.

Interior Design
Madrid in Love

Photography
Fernando Alda & Pablo Panigua

Place
Madrid

The third restaurant opened by Esteban Arnaiz and Aynara Menchaca, owners of the nearby establishments El Columpio and Le Cocó is called Random and since its opening in November 2015 is causing a frenzy in the genuine district of Chamberí in Madrid.

Random comes as “the result of ordering fortuity, of empowering inherent creativity, of fearing what’s conventional. Because what’s static and iterative is wearisome and that’s why in Random we try to be dynamic, aleatory, we escape from confusion and pursuit good vibes”.

Beneath the skylight of the terrace, “an outdoor interior that will not disappoint you”, there are two couples of Copa armchairs and several Altet, surrounded by brick walls and cobbled floors, marble tables and fantastic lamps. In the upper floor, the bistro, defined as “the entrance hall to excess”, is dominated by wood and leather and here it is possible to find several couples of Huma armchairs in light tonalities.

Lastly, the camping, considered as “your adult camp”, is much darker and clandestine. This space imitates a tent and black framed Huma armchairs adapt to its military looks thanks to the camouflage fabric of their upholstered seats. Original details such as geometrical floors, mirrors reminiscent of Dalí’s style, spherical lamps and tiled walls help finishing up the design of this establishment claiming to be the only one in its kind. All in all, a tangible evidence of how to fuse chic and underground and not die trying.

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