The Polish taste of Restaurant & Bar Nazdrowje in Stockholm

Richard Lindvall's project of concrete floors and corten lines

by Malcolm Clark
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The Restaurant & Bar Nazdrowje designed by Richard Lindvall is an elegant example of how to convert a carpark near Stockholm into a restaurant and nightclub.

The restaurant specializes in Polish food and was designed by the Swedish architect after a trip to Poland to study how to best interpret the space and the local culture. The name of the premises “Nazdrowyje” is a Polish term used when proposing a toast.

The raw atmosphere of the space has been maintained and provides the basis of the design concept. The floors and benches are made of concrete cast directly onto the walls.

The shades of grey of the industrial structure are warmed by the reddish colour of the copper coating of the lighting system ducts left exposed and the trim panel of the fireplace, as well as the inclusion of fun details like hunting trophies on the walls.

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  • Rafał Kędzierski

    great minimalism but nothing to do with polish style :-) - hope at least food is polish there...

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Restaurant & Bar Nazdrowje

Stockholm / Sweden / 2011