Semeli wine bar by Vasilis Papadias, Igoumenitsa – Greece

March 25th, 2017 by retail design blog

Semeli, is an Ancient Greek name of the Zeus wife. That unique wine bar is placed at the historical center of Igoumenitsa, famous port of the Ionian sea. Taking into consideration the height of the place, we combined properly the traditional materials with modernistic luxury elements. The singularity of the handmade chandeliers dominates the place, which emphasized better by the linear lighting behind the bar and the floor.

The rust material combines modern techniques interior which also used outside on the sidewalk seating. Vertical wooden panels applied on the ceiling and behind the central bar create a constant moving illusion which launch the light scattering.

Design: Vasilis Papadias
Photography: Christos Masouras

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