The restaurant-bar Suszarnia (in Polish it means “drying room” – a play of words on the project’s desert theme) is the third project of a thematic series “Pastel Collection” comprising 4 interior designs in pastel colours whose furniture and fittings are interconnected. The design of the project is based on the author’s fantasy, as a non-standard place at the borderline between scenography and architecture that lightly and with humour reminisces a desert location. The basis of the project is the colour yellow, with tonal differentiations like the delicate yellow of the floor simulating sand, or the golden yellow on the curtains and palms. An important element of the décor is the large irregular stone blocks which continue on the design of the furniture, chairs and tables, symbolising rocky clusters and buildings often present in desert conditions. In continuation with the project theme, the hanging lamps are designed in shapes of the sun and the moon.
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