Bar evolution - an ultra-modern facility, which designed by the Romanian Architect Sebastian Barlica - appeared in neo-Gothic building built in Bucharest (Romania) in the 18th century.
Located in the historic center of Bucharest, an eclectic new restaurant-bar, formerly known as “Cafeneaua Veche” (“The old cafe”), offers a fresh look at the neo-Gothic building with a textured form of walls and arched vaults.
Owners of establishments had a desire to create a space Mediterranean restaurant on the ground floor and a nightclub in the basement of an old building.
Originally a basement room served as a warehouse, so that its transformation into a nightclub for the architects was not an easy task.
To solve this problem was invented the concept of harmonization of classical Byzantine decorative elements and ultra-modern furniture made using thermoforming material HI-MACS ®, having a high durability and maintainability necessary for public places.
The flowing lines of arch arches echo the organic shapes of furniture, concise lines and a nice view of green color which emphasizes the ancient brickwork. Inside the console, a futuristic bar, hanging in space, placed a strong iron frame.
Creativity of the author of the project can be found on its official website: http://www.blog..810093375513046