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Many Indonesian art-deco architectural buildings from the early twentieth century were preserved and adapted in Braga, a narrow historical street in Bandung’s city center. One of these historical buildings was designed to be a hidden speakeasy bar, tucked away behind a modest dim sum restaurant.

The dim sum area consists of a room that extends parallel to the pedestrian street with a ceiling that is deliberately exposed. As a result in a high-roof space covers with an art installation of old papers that represents the historical story of Braga.

Differ from dim sum restaurant, the bar which has a more sophisticated design, by combining art-deco and Indonesian elements, build a surprising experience when visitors come into the room.

Interior Design by Seniman Ruang
Lighting Design by erreLUCE Lighting Consultancy
Photo by Celvin Leowardi

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