Bar du Port by Christophe Pillet

Christophe Pillet redesigned the Bar du Port in Saint Tropez, France, creating a contemporary interpretation of the Parisian-looking bistros. The all-white palette is meant to remind patrons of the yachts from which the clients just alighted. The interior lighting approximates this luxurious seafaring life. All seating is bar-height to ensure that visitors can glimpse the harbor. Moreover, a high ceiling is largely clad in smoked mirror, amplifying daylight levels in the room and reflecting Read more [...]
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Acquadulza by Simone Micheli

Simone Micheli designed Acquadulza, a complex with a lounge-bar, a wine cellar and a restaurant. The design is meant to be take conceptual inspiration from the colors of nature, intentionally turned into different, displacing, non-camouflaging expressions. An ostentatiously contemporary language permeates the interiors. The lounge-bar covers 70 square meters and extends lengthwise with exposed stonework wall surfaces treated in white granite. The bright green paint of the wall behind the Read more [...]
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Hi Hotel by Matali Crasset

The Hi Hotel is the first complete design environment created by Matali Crasset. The city hotel is located on the Mediterranean in Nice, Southern France. The hotel invites us to discover, to try out and to live the contemporary. Hi Hôtel represents a proposition for a different kind of hotel life, a proposition that could not have been enunciated clearer. The hotel itself is a lively modulating structure that changes with the rhythm of the day. The bar, designed in the shape of a gondola Read more [...]
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Red Piano by Ipnotic Architecture

Ewelina Jankowska, from Ipnotic Architecture, projected this incredible jazz club and restaurant called Red Piano. Red Piano is situated in the heart of Poznan, Poland, inside an old historic apartment house. The existing division of the space provoked a natural distribution of the jazz club and the restaurant. The materials were selected to create an airy and friendly interior. All of the furniture has been projected by Ipnotic Architecture, including the spectacular bar of the restaurant Read more [...]
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Bar Nestle by Fulguro

For the 40th Montreux Jazz Festival, Nestlé had the opportunity to have a bar on the lake side serving food and beverages. Fulguro designed a platform that would go from the edge of the lake onto the lake itself. The platform was shaped like steps allowing a maximum number of people to enjoy the view of the landscape. The bar was a kind of a beach house that landed on the platform. One side of the roof opened to let people order at the bar. At the same time it provided a shelter when the Read more [...]
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The Brasserie by Diller Scofidio + Renfro

The Brasserie is an incredible restaurant designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro in the year 2000. The restaurant is located in the stone base of the Seagram Building, New York, entirely without glass or view. The design emphasizes the social aspects of dining. Entrance from the street is transformed into the ritual of “making an entrance”. Initially, a sensor in the revolving entry door triggers a video snapshot that is added to a continuously changing display over the bar, announcing every Read more [...]
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Kubik Barcelona

Kubik Barcelona is a greenly-designed nightclub currently located in Barcelona, Spain. Kubik Barcelona is a temporary open-air installation linking architecture, light and music with a contemporary air of reclaimed material usage. If you’re in Barcelona, enjoy the experience of illuminated cubes that change to the rhythm of music. You have till September 29th. Via Inhabitat Read more [...]
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Two and a Half Lemon by Chris Briffa Architects

Two and a half lemon is located in Birgu, Malta, inside a 16th century masonry vault. Chris Briffa Architects transformed the space into a hip restaurant selling Maltese delicacies with a contemporary emphasis. The functional elements of the bar (the seating, the restrooms and the low walls) were turned into frames containing typical Maltese aesthetic elements. Read more [...]
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Isoleé by Teresa Sapey

Placed in the heart of Madrid, Isoleé aims to be a reference in terms of design culture (from industrial to cooking). Teresa Sapey created parallel lines coloured in different hues of grey to cover the walls from both floors. In order to visually separate the areas, they used two different materials in the floor, wood for the store and black ceramic for the bar. Read more [...]
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