Frutería Gold Gourmet. Platea Madrid
Thousands of people visit shopping centres all over the world every day. They shop, visit stores, walk around, meet friends… In these retail areas, they carry out dozens of activities under one roof.
It is essential that the access allows the fluid movement of customers to and from the building. In the majority of cases, the entrances and exits usually have automatic sliding doors that, by means of movement sensors, open and close without the pedestrians needing to perform any type of action.
These automatic doors are also employed in some of the premises of buildings devoted to the retail sector. In the Frutería Gold Gourmet in Sala Platea, Madrid, Manusa installed an automatic door to provide easy access to customers, and to keep food fresh at the right temperature.
This fresh-produce shop has a transparent side-opening automatic door that allows the products to be seen through the glass from the outside. The upper profile is fixed to the top of the glass. And the chassis and cover have a wood finish, matching other elements in the premises, such as the roof and manual doors.
Platea Madrid is a gourmet area for culinary recreation located in front of Plaza de Colón, in Spain's capital city, where previously the old Carlos III cinema was located.
It is a 5,800 square-metre area with interiors designed by Lázaro Rosa Violán, designer of restaurants such as Chez Cocó in Barcelona. Platea Madrid has a capacity of 1,100 people, it has six Michelin stars, a score of counters, a restaurant from the chef Ramón Freixa, a sweet spot staged by Mamá Framboise, the fresh-produce store Gold Gourmet, and the cocktail bar run by Diego Cabrera and Luca Anastasio. Without doubt, a fantastic place to enjoy with family and friends.