HEAD Architecture and Design Limited designed the ‘MUSE Bar’ in Hong Kong.
Description from the architects:
To relieve from the tensed daily life in Hong Kong, our client has decided to open a Bar for people to relax & chill out with friends.
HEAD architecture was asked to design a relaxing & stylish bar on the 26th floor of an office building in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong. It is an open bar with two VIP rooms & has a capacity of accommodating 92 people.
The name of the Bar inspired us to form the starting point of an interior which was to be relaxing, stylish and provide a retreat from the implications of daily life in Hong Kong.
According to the dictionary MUSE has a meaning of “to think or meditate in silence” and “to forget about the world around one”. A soft colour scheme of purple and black provides an “other-worldly” backdrop to a long curving bar running almost the entire length of the building core. This bar forms the focus of the interior and is fronted with a three dimensional sculptural facing. Reprised at the entrance this unique treatment creates an obvious link to the bar interior but also a striking point of entry.
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