A new restaurant/bar/beer hall has opened on Prague’s Hybernská Street. Its name is Rebel Wings, and the interior was designed by architect Kryštof Blažek at studio minio.
Designed by Studio Minio
The space features high ceilings and two main rooms with spruce plank flooring and solid oak furniture. Brickwork, wood planks and tiles alternate on the walls, with different patterns and colours that break up the tall cold walls. The ceilings are black, the walls grey combined with white and the floors oil-finished to a darker tone. The glass storefront provides passeers-by with a view of the six-meter bar; its shiny black-and- white tiles are laid in an intentionally bold diagonal pattern and held together with yellow grout.
Neutral colours are used in the interior: black, grey and white combined with the warm tone of natural oak. Black oil finish has been use to optically break up oak tables and benches, creating psychologically separate seating areas. This motif also acts as a decorative and aesthetic element.