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Sisters Bar. The Bar of the Future  Wood-paneled geometric interiors are redefining bar & restaurant design. Symmetry and mathematical angles. “We’re fans of the 45-degree angle. It’s logical. We use restraint while still having fun with the materials.” Look Up - Wood paneling on the super-high ceiling keeps the space feeling down-to-earth. “We were going for comfortable and neighborhood-y.”

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he white Portland cement bar top bar is unfinished and unpolished, so it’ll age and patina over time. That gives it character and an “incredible warmth that you don’t associate with concrete,” Also note the 45 degree angles above.

Kitty Burns / Biasol: Design Studio © Ari Hatzis

Gallery of Kitty Burns / Biasol - 2

Image 2 of 15 from gallery of Kitty Burns / Biasol: Design Studio. Photograph by Ari Hatzis

The Ugly Duckling by Hecker Guthrie | http://www.yellowtrace.com.au/hecker-guthrie-the-ugly-duckling/

The Ugly Duckling by Hecker Guthrie

Hecker Guthrie have done it again with The Ugly Duckling restaurant & bar in Melbourne - clean, theatrical, with a touch of nature and nods to the past.

The use of grid and extruded rectangle, with unified materials with other important design features in the room. Love the tiny cutouts on the ceiling boxes - Monika

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Sushi Pearl PLAN Associated Architects Faro Portugal 07 Sushi Pearl by PLAN Associated Architects, Faro Portugal

fancy condo lobby with mailboxes - Google Search

Lighter color palette for mail room details. Floating mailboxes Various…

The restaurant, Le Gauche Cavier, at Paris's Hotel Montana has a Russian-inspired menu and chairs by Maison Darré. (Photo: Alexandre Bailhache)

Paris’s Vibrant (And Surrealist) Hotel Montana

The New York Times Paris’s Vibrant (And Surrealist) Hotel Montana _ The hotel’s restaurant, Le Gauche Cavier, has a Russian-inspired menu and chairs by Maison Darré.