Maedaya Bar by Architects EAT

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The Maedaya Bar, also known as the “House of Ropes”, is Melbourne’s newest Sake Bar created by Architects EAT like a forest of ropes.

The rope idea originated from the classic design of sake bottles, which are traditionally secured with ropes. The principal material for this project are Manila ropes, timber and concrete. They took a different path with the first floor function room, which is in stark contrast with the ground floor rope room. Here they have created a modern, minimalist space with white washed walls, Japanese black stained timber flooring, simple timber benches and raw stainless steel canopies.

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Via The Cool Hunter

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2 thoughts on “Maedaya Bar by Architects EAT

  1. The rope strips define and decorate the space, in the way that timber battens would have. It’s so simple, and that, I believe, is the secret to this design’s success

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