maden group has clashed colors, textures, and patterns to create a fun and vibrant lounge bar in pristina, kosovo. challenged with a huge load-bearing column in the middle of the existing space, the design team responded by centering the lively bar around it.
images by leonit ibrahimi
from the entrance to the furniture pieces, purple dominates the interior design. bright violet paves the floor, a purple fountain serves as a welcoming feature, and a plum ceiling decorated with neon lighting crowns the main bar area. to offset all this purple are sprigs of greenery, which provide the perfect color contrast.
alongside the purple and green color scheme, maden group has decorated the bar with ceramic tiles designed by italian designer federico pepe for florim. called ‘araldica’, the tiles create a captivating, textured aesthetic thanks to their minimalist lines and geometric compositions. araldica was the perfect choice to enhance the distinctive character of the interior design.
the space is enriched with the artistic works of local artist jakup ferri, which is another element that contributes to making the space more friendly and lively, as well as more attractive to the customers. located in a newly developed part of the city, TRIANGLO is designed as an attractive point for a youthful audience.
project name: TRIANGLO lounge bar
location: pristina, kosovo
architect: maden group
area: 3,444 ft2 (320 m2)
photography: leonit ibrahimi
edited by: lynne myers | designboom