Sake Bar Made From Rope by EAT Architects, Melbourne, Australia

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Architects EAT  designed this Sake Bar in Melbourne, Australia.

The ropde idea originated from the classic design of sake bottles, which are traditionally secured with ropes. The rope idea originated from the classic design of sake bottles, which are traditionally secured with ropes. The principle material for this project consists of Manila ropes, timber and concrete. Materials had to reflect on natural elements such as vegetation and earth.

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They took a different path with the first floor function room, which is in stark contrast with the ground floor rope room. Here they have created a modern, minimalist space with white washed walls, Japanese black stained timber flooring, simple timber benches and raw stainless steel canopies.

The interior of the bar demonstrates possibility of using ordinary materials for hospitality projects without compromising sophistication.

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Via The Cool Hunter

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