Peru, El Tubo Bar Interior Design by Felipe Assadi and Franciesca Pulido Architects

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Design will always be there and will always be made by the designers, may be more then to go forward and develop. Design example is below. This design called El Tubo bar, has a very modern design, the El Tubo bar designed by Felipe Assadi and Franciesca Pulido. This design is located in Lima, Peru. The space which had to be used for the construction of the bar was two rooms of the second level of one of the pavilions of the palace. Rest of the building is part of the city of Lima cultural heritage. These two programs live together within an independent and self-referring element. The tube was drilled on the middle part of one of its walls and the middle of its ceilling generating from these holes the single blue-violet light entrance to the space. This highlights the idea that this elements floats inside the building. The tube was drilled on the middle part of one of its walls and the middle of its ceilling generating from these holes the single blue-violet light entrance to the space. This highlights the idea that this elements floats inside the building, The materials which have been used were steel, plaster board, lacquered mof and shining white epoxy paint.

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