Concrete Architectural Associates designed the Castell D’emporda pavilion, a hotel’s restaurant in La Bisbal, Girona, Spain. From the top, the circular parasol design looks like floating water lilies. With the feeling of being in an outdoor environment guests are in for a treat of great views surround the restaurant.
Castell d’emproda was build in 1301 on a hill nearby the small city of La Bisbal close to Girona (Spain). The castle has been owned for centuries by the Margarit family. In 1973 Salvador Dali wanted to buy the castell for his wife, but the owner refused a payment in artworks. Since 1999 Castell d’emporda has been transformed into a boutique hotel.