The Gran Fierro restaurant in Prague is the place to go if you’re after an Argentinian feast and an eye catching interior. Architects Dagmar Štěpánová and Katarína Varsová from Formafatal were responsible for the interior design of the 250 square metre space, and separated the restaurant into two areas: the well-lit entrance area with bar, and the more intimate rear area with tables, chill out area, and lounge. The space has hints of Argentina – like some Argentine angus wall decor and upholstery made using real Argentinian belts – but doesn’t look themey. There’s a touch of retro in the furnishings, but overall the space feels super modern. More photos by BoysPlayNice below.