WINE! RED Pif wine restaurant by Aulík Fišer Architekti, Prague

March 4th, 2012 by retail design blog

Studio Aulík Fišer Architekti, co-owned by two Czech architects Jan Aulík and Jakub Fišer, designed unique interior of Prague restaurant and wine shop RED Pif. Restaurant recognizes traditional values of wine industry and gives you a chance to enjoy every glass of wine you order.

Historical materials are represented by oak wood on the floor and bar counter, rebars (used in vineyards as poles supporting vine) for bottle shelves and Czech chairs traditionally made from bent wood. Other interesting feature is that every visitor can change the ambience of RED Pif restaurant.

All thanks to Aulík Fišer Architekti, company which designed special revolving screens resembling the means of storing wine bottles in boxes for evening wine tasting or private events. They allow the shop windows to be closed completely. A visitor then finds himself in a sort of a wine cellar, separated from the reality of the surrounding city.







http://designeast.eu/2012/02/red-pif-wine-restaurant-by-aulik-fiser-architekti-czech-republic/

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