Graffiti Cafe by Studio Mode

By : Dennis Franklin | 21 Jun 2014 8:38 am | Restaurants & Bars

The Graffiti Café in Varna, Bulgaria was designed in 2011 by Studio Mode who wanted the interior of the project to continue the architecture and its geometry.

Spreading over a surface of 300 square meters, the café has two distinct zones to increase the overall functionality, so the front zone integrates with the exterior and acts as a public space, while the rear zone has a separate floor and roof design which reduced the depth of space but maintained the panorama of the surroundings.

The ventilation and acoustics were the main problems so the designers appealed to the work of Escher to create a highly complex and efficient interior. As the designers said: “We created an identical and unique concept that generalizes and masters the space while satisfying all technological and functional requirements.” Which is especially appropriate since the upper level of the building hosts the Gallery of Modern Art.

 

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