Starting from a passion, felt and rationed on each of its aspects, put into a certain light, it all leads to an attitude which in this case has been covered in a British coat.
Architecture in general is seen as a conventional concept. It needs a designer who can put his creative mind into it, to make an artistic revolution in order to offer a subtle distinction. Thus this project is given a starting “display” if we are to consider the historical building which is hosting it, with medieval interiors, and since the architecture doesn’t give you too much opportunities, the colors and materials contribute to an exhaustive assembly, technologically and psychologically speaking.
If we take into consideration the jazz area, well the entire atmosphere is drowned in cultured colors and shapes, through natural materials such as wood and leather: in other words Earth Green color and the subtle character of round shaped wood which invest nothing but refinement. In the jazz area there is hidden a VIP smoking lounge, all covered in whiskey steam and fine cigars, sophisticated talks, catchy ganders and meticulous smiles which all lead to British style.
Above this small, intimate universe, we see the stage, a friendly welcoming area for the artists, which is also providing one of the most professionals systems L-Acoustics.
In this land of jazz, the toilet is hiding the presence of trombones, handed over to the gentlemen, all drowned in warm lights and colors, wearing the same air of refinement. The women’s toilet is all natural, with delicate notes, discrete lines and a touch of vintage.
Apart from the historical and elegant note which surrounds the jazz bar, there is the lounge area destined for relaxation, defined by the lightings and the natural, intimate colors. Not only the DJ’s stand, the bar but also the TV and the capacity of 100 places, challenges to a young, fresh air.
The authenticity of each area has been transposed through the designer’s feelings and covered in two different, unique shapes: the colors and the masculinity of the jazz area and the young environment given by the lounge club.
Designer - Stefan Lazar & Adrian Hanas ( '>http://www.ezzo.ro'>
Client - Horatiu Dejan ( Jazzissimo Lounge )
Text - Gabriela Lazar
Photography – Andi Popescu ( '>http://www.andipopescu.com'>
Furniture – TrendFurniture '>http://www.trendfurniture.ro/'>