top of page



Neither New York, nor the 1920s. In the Salamanca district of Madrid, Inés Benavides has taken the clandestine character of the bars of that era with an eclectic and very rogue decoration. Come on?

A basement that shines with its own light. A priori, it may seem a paradox, but it is precisely what the interior designer Inés Benavides has achieved in this location in the Salamanca district, in the heart of Madrid. A clandestine space, underground, where entering its stone walls and curved roof becomes a captivating and surprising experience, which is not leaving anyone indifferent.