El Camerino is a place with 10 years of history. To celebrate its first decade in operation, it wanted to change its image and opt for a new design. Thus began a project based on a name and some ideas that had been implanted over time. A project designed by the Bodegón Cabinet studio, built by ELO Construcciones and photographed by Jose Hevia.

It dazzles from the entrance with a small handmade terrazzo bar (Huguet Mallorca) and a lamp that illuminates the center of operations and reservations of the premises. The first room, La Escena, is where the color palette opens its repertoire; from the blue that came from the corporate image of the premises, to the burgundy and the make-up typical of theater stages. The three arches or niches of the room seek to bring back the image of the boxes typical of these typologies, and around its perimeter a continuous sofa winds between them.