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This Amazingly Tiny Restaurant in an Alley Is Under 8 Feet Wide

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In Córdoba, Argentina, a minuscule passageway between buildings is now home to a luminous, modern restaurant.

Architect Ernesto Bedmar had previously converted an unused alley into a loft.
Bedmar worked with CAPÓ Estudio to refine the interiors.
The design team preserved one of the original brick walls, which dates to 1870, but created a modern contrast by...
The space is also adorned with timber cladding, as seen on the entry door.
Bedmar was inspired by the small spaces he had seen while living in Hong Kong and Japan.
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