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23 Jun ’11

A Live Bar in Shanghai | Bar Design

Filed under: blog,Interiors,Restaurants — Tags: , , — Sahar @ 4:03 pm

This is the perfect example of how creative you can be when you have a client who is open minded to new ideas. When a receptive attitude is present budget doesn’t matter. In this particular project the budget was low, but the expectations were high. An unusual concept was expected, and there it was.

The architect ,Francesco Gatti, proposed for the project ZEBAR, a caved space with vertical slices continuing in 2D on the floors derived from images from the digital world.

The construction for this concept was fast and was almost finished in a couple of months, what was sad though is that it remained closed for 3 years because the owners did not really know what to do with the space or how to run it.



  1. I like the space..but what is it exactly? A bar? It's a bit bright for a bar no? I'm not sure if I really like this one Sahar..but I like the thinking behind it for sure. 😀

    Comment by meinlebanon — 27 Jun ’11 @ 12:36 am

  2. Well the actual significance of this project was that it was done on a very low budget and in a very short time, its only a proof of what you can do when you have the talent 🙂

    Comment by Sahar — 27 Jun ’11 @ 10:51 pm

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