Strangelove

New York
Entry to the Bar
Visualization © 2018
View of the Bar
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Detail of the Bar
Visualization © 2018
Lounge
Visualization © 2018
Lounge
Visualization © 2018
Architects
Axis Mundi
Year
2018
Cost
Undisclosed
Stories
1-5 Stories
Team
John Beckmann, Hannah LaSota

StrangeLove is an exclusive, high-end tequilla bar in New York City. Inspired by the infinity rooms by artist Yayoi Kusama, the ceiling, walls and floors of the main bar area are clad in mirror and black marble, reflecting the soft light of the Bocci pendants. Featuring a long bar of glowing backlit onyx and small tables, divided by elegant brass dividers, guests are welcomed to sample their tequilla in this glamorous, celestial atmosphere.

Past the main bar area, the lounge provides an alternative drinking environment. Equipped with low red velvet sofas, David Hicks inspired patterns, and a 19th century fantasy-scape mural offers a visual, imaginative escape and enchanting scene for exclusive groups.

Total Area: 2500 sq.ft.
Design Team: John Beckmann, with Hannah LaSota
Renderings: 3DRS
© Axis Mundi Design LLC

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