Mott 32, Cebu
Mott 32 Cebu pulls inspiration from the tropical surroundings honouring Filipino roots whilst marrying industrial New Yorker style and Chinese opulence.
On arrival, guests are greeted by the Main Dining Room which pays homage to traditional Filipino design ~ the space is vast and open, referencing the infinite local landscape and enchanting natural beauty of the Philippines. The elegant spindles running along the top frieze and lattice screen in the main dining area draw inspiration from traditional Cebu buildings, augmented by ribbons of colour. Chinese influences are also embellished throughout with the green glass tile bound together by leather rope acting as a divider screen, emulating Chinese knots.
The Courtyard Dining Room feels relaxed and informal, with a view into the kitchen & towards the duck oven, allowing guests to enjoy a window into the chef’s culinary art in motion. The curved padded banquettes are adorned with greenery and clusters of overgrown foliage breathing new life & botanical colour into the space, and freshening up the dining experience.
The Private Dining Rooms set a striking ambience of drama with intricate details: decorative delicate Chinese metal fretwork frames the murals by Mott 32’s dedicated graffiti artist Joe Joe featuring illustrations of Eagles, the national bird.
Christianity is a religious reference for the Bar & Lounge – the back of the bar is carefully crafted from hundreds of brass tubes complete with integrated lighting reminiscent of grand church organ pipes. The studio embraces Capiz Shell to panel the bar counter and lattice screens at the façade – a ubiquitous part of Filipino culture, traditionally used as an alternative to glass.
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Nustar Resort and Casino, Cebu City, 6000 Cebu, Philippines