That’s a fusion that worked very well for Hookah Lounge Satelite realized by BNKR Arquitectura. I am talking about a restaurant and a night club opened in Ciudad Satélite, a satellite city of Mexico City conceived in 1954 by Mario Pani. People living here were considered outsiders. This complex makes them invade the city center’s restaurants, shops, bars and nightclubs in a frustrated need to experience a sense of belonging. So, the owners of a very chic and successful restaurant opened a branch of their business in this part of the city. For the interiors they chose a modern Arabic style. Look at our gallery and find some inspiration!