czech office IO studio offers a modern take on the traditional beer hall with this bar near prague for beer brand radegast.
located inside a converted lock factory built in the late 19th century, the bar was designed to be the first in a potential chain of bars for radegast.
architect luka krížek from IO Studio referenced czech culture and hospitality in his design by adding a blue and white checked pattern on the vaulted ceiling, derived from traditional czech cibulák porcelain.
grey-toned oak wall panels and blue air conditioning pipes along the ceiling tie into this colour scheme, while diagonal sections of timber on the wall panels reinforce the graphic, geometric theme of the interior.
all in all, we think it is a cool place to say “na zdravi”!
photography by alexander dobrovodský
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