Colourful, vibrant Cafe in the centre of Szczecin, Poland. Color space was set by the palette of Marmoleum.
Architects: „We were looking for an idea for uniqueness, diversity, to stand out from the background.
The striped composition was actually imposed itself by the interior, but rather by the possibility of the practical use and adapt to the needs of the cafe: a large, rectangular room with a long glass-case along the street and as long as long as possible comfortable bar. Stripes helped keep an order in the flood of colors, moreover, the same colors also were limiting to a set of six "fruit and flower" power shades: daffodil, tangerine, fuchsia, hyacinth, turquoise and lime. Color space was set by the palette of Marmoleum.”
We were looking for simple geometric forms and we deliberately avoided patterns. We used a vintage furniture from the collection of the owner of the cafe. We selected the new upholstery for the chairs and used the same fabric for finishing the lodges in the smaller rooms. We also designed the furniture of the buildings of the bar, the set of the tables with lacquered tops and the steel staircase.”
|Architecte||Olga Sietnicka BLOOGARDEN / Anna Kobyłka KOLORAMA|
|Photographe||Pawel Smolinski, Paulina Wlodarczyk|