Archive for the ‘Bar’ Category
Wednesday, May 25th, 2016
Article source: MODO Arquitectos Associados
Casal da Coelheira succesfully dedicated more than 50 years to agriculture and wine production. In order to suit the characteristics of the space to the quality of products made, they designed a strategy to refurbish and modernize the exihsting buildings wich includes a new showroom, store and wine lounge.
Image Courtesy © MODO Arquitectos Associados
Sunday, May 22nd, 2016
Article source: Rizoma Architetture
Birraria Giori is located in the centre of Ferrara at the feet of the Este Castle. Its prime location meant that it was very important to take into consideration the historical surroundings. The design was based on the principle objective of restoring the front of the bar which is part of series of arches facing the town hall, know as the “covered way”, part of the Vice-Legato palace dating back to 1877. The primary aim of the project was to “clean up” the original structure or design, stripping off the numerous additions and modifications from over the years to reveal the original form and materiality of the arch, and to provide continuation with the rest of the walkway. The gazebo remains intact, and the windows and a new second ceiling are designed around a motif that reflects the famous lantern which burns at the foot of the Este Castle. The interiors are characterised by the use of wood and stone, the shades of the plaster and the tones of the interior reflect the the equilibrium between the old and the modern. The triangular facets of the new bench seating and also the ceiling, decorated with golden flashes, are based on the rustication of the Palazzo dei Diamanti, the most important historical building of Ferrara.
Image Courtesy © Massimo Sciacca Bruno Gallizzi
- Architects: Rizoma Architetture
- Project: Birraria Giori
- Location: Piazza Savonarola, 1, Ferrara, Italy
- Photography: Massimo Sciacca Bruno Gallizzi
- Software used: Rhinoceros and Cinema 4d
- Client: Birraria Giori
- Internal Collaborator: Arch. Lorenzo Antonelli, Arch. Michele Facchini, Arch. Julian Mesa Slooten, Ing. Camilla Gorlandi, Arch. Letizia Perrone
- Engineer: Ing. Fausto Centonze
- Construction company: EdilAlba srl
- Carpenter: TLG Legno srl
- Lighting Design: Touchlight srl
- Sanitary: Ceramica Globo – Alape
- Ceramic surface: Kronos
- Wallpapers and design: Rizoma Architetture
- Area: 90,00 m2
- Year: 2013-2014
Friday, May 20th, 2016
Article source: STUDIO RAMOPRIMO
The design for BuonaBocca winebar in Beijing revolves around the use of the brick as central decorative element. We were playing with local cheap materials and with the existing condition of the space to make the most out of it. In particular, we were creating some brick patterns on wall based on our “Hutong Material Catalogue” research that were recently developed for the last edition of Beijing Design Week 2015. We were also designing logo and V.I., customized furniture and two large geometric custom-made chandeliers to evoke the surprise and festivity feeling of the town festivals in south of Italy.
Image Courtesy © Cristiano Bianchi and Mengyan Wang
- Architects: STUDIO RAMOPRIMO
- Project: BUONA BOCCA Winebar
- Location: Beijing, China
- Photography: Cristiano Bianchi and Mengyan Wang
- Client: Alex Sanna
- Design Team: Arch.Marcella Campa, Arch.Stefano Avesani
- Area: 60 M²
- Date: 2016
Saturday, April 16th, 2016
The perfect incarnation of Mexican restaurant & bar culture in Vienna, Santos, has successfully redesigned the place in the famous Lugner City shopping mall. Classic Mexican drawings, done by Carlos Perez, emphasize the specific flair of the interior design additionally.
Image Courtesy © Söhne & Partner architects
Friday, April 15th, 2016
Article source: KMAN Studio
When our client contacted us to design the interior of a traditional oriental hookah bar in Sofia, we sought inspiration in the “One thousand and one nights” stories, and the intricate geometric patterns adorning classical Islamic architecture. Housed in a 200sqm rectangular area which opens to a garden in the south, we created a space that celebrates the centuries-long tradition of hookah smoking with a bold and modern twist.
Image Courtesy © Tsvetomir Dzhermanov
- Architects: KMAN Studio
- Project: Hookah Bar Nargile
- Location: Sofia, Bulgaria
- Photography: Tsvetomir Dzhermanov
- Architects In Charge: Emiliya Maneva, Ali K
- Area: 200sqm
- Year: 2015
Thursday, March 31st, 2016
Article source: Egue y Seta
The whole concept was named after a French girl (Madeleine), a place where to offer delicious pastries hand made by “grandma” to a bunch of ladies who like to take their tea every afternoon, or a champagne cocktail at night. The challenge was to create a very intimate atmosphere with an elegant but cosy ambiance, and references given by the client went from all too girly lingerie shops to the very romantic “budoir” interior design style of the “belle époque”. In short, we were about to tackle our “most feminine” task so far, and didn’t know if we needed to start wearing high heels so to bring out all of our “pink power” or if it was better altogether to pass on the challenge to a curvy and sensitive colleague. We went for the first option and after a few months of renovation project and execution we can proudly say we can now tell the difference between fuchsia, magenta, purple red, or French violet…!
Image Courtesy © VICUGO FOTO
- Architects: Egue y Seta
- Project: Madeleine Mon Amour
- Location: Rambla Poble Nou 117 / 119 Barcelona, Spain
- Photography: VICUGO FOTO
- Designer: Daniel Pérez + Felipe Araujo
- Client: Private
- Construction company: Obres i Serveis Habitat S.L
- Area: 63m2
- Completed date: 2015
Sunday, March 27th, 2016
Article source: GIUSEPPE GURRIERI
The project involves the reuse of the ticket office of the adjacent multisport facility, abandoned since years and its reconversion into a coffee-bistro.
The property, owned by the municipality, has been the subject of a call for tenders for the award to private investors, with the aim not only of renovating a run-down but mainly to combine the private’s wishes and aspirations with the public needs by means of a quality planning.
Image Courtesy © Filippo Poli
- Architects: GIUSEPPE GURRIERI
- Project: ECO BAR
- Location: Ragusa, Italy
- Photography: Filippo Poli
- Collaborators: Fabrizio Camilleri, Giulia fillets, Valentina Occhipinti
- Construction: Building company Geom . Gianni Distefano
- Works in iron and wood works: OMET s.n.c. of Tumino & co
- Graphic Logo: David Iacono
- Size: 120 m2
- Year: 2015
Friday, March 18th, 2016
Article source: Aidlin Darling Design
Located just off the bustling Hayes Street corridor in San Francisco, this new contemporary French bistro aims to blur the distinctions between traditional and modern in its cuisine and design. Decidedly more casual than Chef Lee’s 3-star Michelin restaurant Benu, Monsieur Benjamin also obscures the relationship between comfort food and formal cuisine. This obfuscation is reflected in the design. Situated on the corner of Gough Street and the tree-lined Ivy alley, the new 98-seat restaurant aims to absorb the energy, urbanity and pedestrian scale of both streets, and will include outdoor seating on Ivy, all within view of Hayes Street.
Image Courtesy © Aidlin Darling Design
Friday, March 11th, 2016
Article source: 100architects
The proposal for Bar Rouge arises to reinterpret the known skyline of Shanghai.
To face this exercise we have imposed ourselves the requirement of pulling out the most recognizable feature of Bar Rouge, that specific thing which distinguishes Bar Rouge from the rest of clubs and bars in town.
That thing was clear for us; The stunning views of Shanghai’s most known skyline of Pudong.
Bar Rouge counts with Shanghai’s most privileged balcony, where you can sit down with your well served cocktail and enjoy the most amazing views over the new area of Pudong, which by themselves are an entertaining feature of Bar Rouge´s terrace.
Image Courtesy © 100architects
- Architects: 100architects
- Project: Red Rouge
- Location: Shanghai, China
Sunday, March 6th, 2016
Article source: GANA Arquitectura
The project for the renovation of this emblematic bar of the capital, was created from the very beginning as an holistic reform able to renew its image without compromising its essence. Features such as its unbeatable location, facing the Malaga Cathedral in Plaza del Obispo, or the special place acquired over the years in citizen minds, help this design to became a real challenge and an unique opportunity to participate in this wonderful city and its citizens.
Image Courtesy © Blanca Green
- Architects: GANA Arquitectura, Antonio Galisteo, Álvaro Fernández Navarro, Francisco Jesús Camacho Gómez
- Project: Renovation of Cheers Malaga Bar
- Location: Plaza del Obispo, Malaga, Spain
- Photography: Blanca Green
- Software used: AutoCAD
- Collaborators: Cerveza Victoria, Grupo Hecaserco, Doctor Watson, IKono
- Project Area: 155,00 m2
- Project Year: 2014