ATTIC bar by Inblum Architects, Minsk – Belarus

December 10th, 2013 by retail design blog

The building was reconstructed following damages caused during World War II and now accommodates offices on two floors. Inblum Architects was commissioned to design a bar for the uppermost floor, under the roof. The architects left brick walls exposed and used the same type of bricks to build a bar that runs along on side of the space.

A wooden framework fits around the bar and extends along the walls, doubling as shelving and a coat rack. It also creates an overhead canopy that resembles a series of rafters, which lowers the ceiling height on that side and makes the space feel more intimate.


http://www.dezeen.com/2013/11/28/bar-in-an-attic-space-in-minsk-by-inblum-architects/

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