Sponsored post. Written by Valentina Malevolti & Martina Mustur from Interior Design +
The Art Directors of INTERIOR DESIGN + have selected for us four projects of cocktail bars in some of the main European cities, located in environments and with different concept completions that in common have a strong appeal to the Mid Century style. This style, back now in vogue, is extremely recognizable thanks to some details. The use of brass, in work areas such as the counter, shelving and lighting. The use of velvet in the furnishings, such as the seats with tapered lines and gold details. All these elements are well balanced with the style in which they are combined and give an elegant and precious touch.
Restaurant / bar, opened in 2016 in Madrid from the design idea of Lázaro Rosa Violán is inspired by tropical atmospheres. Crossing the entrance threshold we are catapulted into a journey in the Amazon, colors and materials recreate the typical flavors of the place, thanks to the skilful use of woods, fabrics, plants and light designed specifically for this structure that creates a continuity between the exterior and the interior.
Photo © Studio Noh
Coffee & Cocktail bar, designed by Studionoh studio in Athens, a riot of tropical vegetation that gives us a moment of relaxation in an extremely chaotic neighborhood. The vegetation is not only aesthetic but also with a strong functional aspect given by the soundproofing, it perfectly interacts with the main materials: wood and marble that play between material sensations, cold / warm.
Photo © LightIQ
Restaurant & Cocktail Bar, located in the central Trafalgar Square in London, designed by designer Tom Dixon. A perfect mix between the classic style and the 50s, conferred by materials and colors like brass, large arched passages and important heights with a meticulous study of lighting.
Blue Wave Cocktail Bar
Made in 2015 in Barcelona by the project group composed by Oliver Franz Schmidt, Natali Canas del Pozo and Lucas Echeveste Lacy. The restaurant, overlooking the sea and in close connection with the environment, is entirely based on the shades of blue with textures reminiscent of the waves of the sea and prominent elements in gold that best develop the initial concept of the designers.
You can know more about the mid-century modern style and Interior Design + in the first edition of Twist Magazine!
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