Kontrast Restaurant in Koszalin, Poland by Loft Szczecin
Architects: Loft Szczecin
Location: Szczecin, Poland
Area: 926 ft²/ 86 m²
Photo courtesy: Karolina Bąk
Interior design was created for the needs of a newly opened restaurant specializing in serving burgers and vegan dishes. An important part of the menu of the restaurant is serving high quality coffee. The greater part of the furniture was designed and built by Loft Szczecin. Furniture made were made of oak and were oiled. Top of the bar was made of black marble. Mirror, clothes hanger, newspaper stand and chairs are all vintage pieces from the 30s and 50s.
The walls in the bathroom were covered with white marble, the floor is covered with tiles, produced in a Polish cement manufactory using traditional methods. Lighting is by Gubi, & Tradition and Tom Dixon. An interesting piece of equipment is the samovar, which is used for serving traditional tea. Samovar Sputnik, which is fully operant, was produced in 1957 in the Soviet Union on the occasion of the first satellite to have been launched. The coffee machine is a piece from a limited series by Faema Legend and was produced to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the creation of this model.
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