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Drawing on the ambience of a cantina from the traditional regions of Spain, with the warm earthiness of terracotta contrasting against the solidity and robustness of cold steel – Olé Fuego exemplifies the next step in the Olé brand evolution.
The atmosphere needed to be lively and vibrant, and free from the clichés of a typical themed restaurant. To help create an exciting, energetic mood, we designed Olé Fuego’s open kitchen to act as a stage for the restaurant, with the fuego (Spanish for fire) and the theatrics of the chefs cooking paella framed by a window that uses steel, bronze and terracotta finishes.
Patterning and vibrancy are given to Olé Fuego through the ceiling plane and window screens. The detail of these elements draws from Spanish tiling and is an integral component of the Olé brand, maintaining a connection to its sister restaurants: Olé South Bank and Sangria Bar.
Location: Indooroopilly, Brisbane
Client: Eddie Isik
Capacity: 200 seats