The Karma Café Bar Club by Zisis Papamichos Architects and Partners, Lefkada Island – Greece

November 30th, 2015 by retail design blog

Located in the capital city of the island of Lefkada, Karma is an 20 years old, very succeeded cafe bar. After all these years the client decided to transform the bar and make it more modern. A lot of decoration walls were demolished and all the areas of the old store have been united. The bars have been removed and now they are placed in different places. The central bar is now located between of the 2 columns and a smaller one is placed in one of the corners of the store. The decoration style is called funky chic, because of the use of the space. During the day the Karma is an all day café for all the ages of the island. During the night it is transformed into a nightclub.

A wooden pasamento is placed in the lower parts all over the walls, in a blue funky color to combine chic wooden white surfaces of the rest of the walls. The central bar in covered with black ceramic tiles in an hexagon shape like the hexagon wooden parts placed in the ceiling. The Ceiling of the rest of the bar is made of wooden parts combined with plasterboards in the shape of waves. The floors of the store are made of ceramic tiles in concrete colors mixed with blue colored tiles around the bar.

Designed by Zisis Papamichos Architects and Partners















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