Benedict daily bar by The Goort, Kharkiv – Ukraine

May 19th, 2017 by retail design blog

A small bar in the heart of the city, where people listen to jazz and drink cocktails in the evenings, and run up to have a bite a hot dog during the day.

The premise is located in the basement of a former rental house, after dismantling the old wall cladding, it was decided to leave the open brickwork and all metal structures, supplementing with furniture and lighting in the loft stylistics.

Most of the furniture made by individual designs, the basic materials — metal and wood. We paid attention to even the smallest detail – organizers, menu, logo in the form of metal letters with backlight.

Design: The Goort
Photography: Ivan Avdeenko

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One thought on “Benedict daily bar by The Goort, Kharkiv – Ukraine

  1. Very well done overall nice light and atmosphere

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