Spanish creative studio Wanna has worked intensively on both the user experience and interior design to remove the foundations of the old restaurant of the Dénia tennis club, Spain, and turn it into the new meeting space for club members and for the general public that visits it.
Wanna has built the strategic interior design project of the restaurant, currently under Eduardo Artal’s management, on three fundamental pillars: gaining space to provide better service to customers; offer diverse consumer experiences and transform the bar into a place where you want to be at any time of the year. For this, it has worked to give the dining room greater visibility, gain natural light and provide the space with more functionality so that it can be privatized for events.
The designed space is clean, natural and simple. The study fled from ornaments and excessive decoration to give a way to vegetation. The color range draws on the surrounding landscape, the Montgó natural park, and an iconic element of tennis: clay. That is why blues and camel predominate in the main spaces, and terracotta, which turns the bathrooms into immersive spaces. True to its philosophy of betting on Spanish design and, if possible, local, Wanna has selected materials and furniture from brands such as Ondarreta, Andreu World or BPM.
The result is an authentic space in which an atmosphere of calm and tranquility is generated, in the midst of the hustle and bustle of the sports world, ideal for each person to enjoy a bite, a soft drink, or even a fruit smoothie at their own pace and at any time. while a few meters away the children wield their first rackets, the players leave their skin on the court, and the balls come and go, like life itself.