Hisbalit in CasaCor Perú
The interior designer Eliz Cuevas offers her striking new space “Remake” with a playful floor design customised in Hisbalit mosaic tiles that reinterprets the swinging 1960’s.
Our mosaic tiles and personalised designs continue to make headlines around the world! This time we’re in San Isidro, Peru, for the most important architecture, design and landscape event in the Americas: CASACOR PERU.
The designer’s space “Remake” was formerly the parking area of the house, now transformed into a cosmopolitan gastro bar with an inviting feel that recalls the fresh, light-hearted charm of the 1960’s.
The designer uses the interplay of geometric forms and colour
Eliz decided on a soft colour palette in the materials selected for the restaurant: metal, fabrics, acrylic and a marble fixture that is the centrepiece of the bar, the fringed surface sits on a striking mosaic tile floor created by HIsbalit’s Art Factory.
The designer uses the interplay of geometric forms and colour to produce a uniquely original floor for CASACOR PERU. Eliz Cuevas combined square tesserae in blue, red, white black and grey from our Unicolor collection to produce a cheerful and playful design that adds a touch of 60’s chic to the project.
“La Casa Viva”
This gastro bar is a place for experiences, where visitors share feelings and emotions. And this is precisely the theme of the 32nd edition of this famous event: “La Casa Viva”, the “Living Home”. The building has 37 spaces that invite visitors to touch, feel and experience the emotions evoked by the different atmospheres that reveal the house as a living and loving home.
“La Casa Viva” helps us disconnect from an increasingly digital world and reconnect to nature, satisfying a need to belong and the instinct to create, within our own home, a lifestyle surrounded by greenery, pets, harmony and colour.
Don’t miss it! Come and discover, experience and enjoy “Remake”, a unique space by the interior designer Elisabeth Cuevas in “La Casa Viva”, located at Calle Santo Toribio 397, San Isidro, Peru.