The small bar is situated on the bottom flooring of an residence constructing close to a shopping mall and thru the minimalistic thought juxtaposes the tradition of consummation and concurrently elevates the city expertise. Minimalistic and uncooked, elegant and pure in strains the place idea are each mild and with straight ahead assertion of design. Tough concrete surfaces alternate with elegant stainless-steel home equipment, delicate lights with tender velvet. Welcome to After.
The creator – Martin Skoček, of the Bar AFTER idea in Bratislava, Slovakia used the identify of the venue as a intelligent and playful description of its function. “Afterwork, afterbike, aftershopping involved with the road”- states the designer Martin Skoček. And that provides us a transparent guideline for the dynamic, city character of the place. It’s clear that the décor composition is created to match that identification. A ravishing connection exists between the town road and the front-row sitting parts, a minimalist concrete and stainless-steel aesthetics ( a reverence to the city inspiration of the design) and stylish lighting scheme are the hallmarks of the door thought. Inventive mild set up, shining with honey mild within the form of an A (alluding to the identify of the area) greets the guests of the hub espresso. The linear sequence of the suspended minimalist lamps that align with the A-installation is one other stunning element of the beautiful thought of the design.
The dominant characteristic of the lengthy, slim area of this dynamic city association is the customized created concrete bar. Its pure, uncooked texture is matched by the tender grey end of the remainder of the design. Cozy sitting nukes upholster in velvet grey give a refuge within the faraway nook of the area. For extra communicative city expertise the guests can choose the fashionable bar stools organized across the panoramic home windows. Number of sitting lodging are cleverly organized on this small area. The entire design is sustained in elegant minimalist language with urban-industrial observe. Pfoto: Matej Hakár;
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