Bare Essentials.

When architecture and interior design come together as a unified force, some original ideas take shape. Add a mix of earth friendliness and you’ve got an almost natural result. Such is the case with Tintin Restaurant Bar and Club in Berlin, Germany. Designed by Karhard Architecture + Design, this modern space takes shape with concrete, steel, resin, glass, and a dash of upholstery.


I love how the ceiling lights lead out to the open room from single openings in the upper walls. It makes for some easy electrical engineering. Do something similar for your home with this Halo chandelier from Anthropologie.

The industrial chic nature of this new space is coated in beautiful and warm shades of grey while a hint of blue and green appear among the numerous mesh resins chairs (BTW, who makes those chairs?).


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