A restaurant in Prague rivisits the early 1900s Czech pubs

Mar.s designs the interiors of an eclectic style restaurant-brewery that blends wood, neon and fané colors by honoring the gastro-pubs of Old Prague.

In Vinhorady, an art déco residential district in Prague, mar.s studio designed the interiors of a restaurant halfway between a traditional Czech pub - with a "beer bar" at the entrance, Dalešice taps and wood paneling - and a contemporary bistro.

The challenge was to restore the Prague atmosphere of the early twentieth century while opting for current solutions. The austerity of the typycal gastropub gives way to more sober and light interiors: acid green washable paint walls and white bricks, herringbone oak parquet, TON Banana pub chairs in dark brown and wooden coffered ceiling with a neon light fitting by Vojtěch Kálecký, who has also designed the cold tubular neon above the tables that stretches from the entrance across the whole restaurant.

This minimal solution is balanced by warmer glass traditional-shaped lamps from the Czech manufacturer Osmont. The synthesis between conservative elements - TON armchairs and chairs - and novelty elements - lighting and pastel tones - is validated by an overall uniformity that honors the teeming yet harmonious spirit of the city.

Výčep restaurant
200 sqm

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