A modern take on the traditional beer hall

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Housed inside a converted lock factory built in the late 19th century, the bar was designed by IO Studio to be the first in a potential chain of bars for Radegast.

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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.  

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The designer focused on traditional craftsmanship and natural materials such as leather and oak for the furniture and combined these with simple, modern shapes to give the interior a more contemporary feel.

The benches and tables were designed by IO Studio, while the chairs are a customised design of a dark seat by Czech furniture brand Ton, with curves that echo that shapes of the vaulted ceiling.

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Photographs by Alexander Dobrovodský | Website dezeen.com

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