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Banh Mi Makers by Kryštof Blažek, Studio Minio

Inside a 1912 corner building richly decorated with distinctive bossage, architect Kryštof Blažek of studio minio created the interior design for a new Banh Mi Makers restaurant in Prague’s popular Letná district. The restaurant is located on the elevated ground floor with entry from the corner of Letenské náměstí and Veletržní. Tall, narrow, rounded windows along the square and the busy road offer a view into the restaurant. Inside, high ceilings (4.5 meters) add to the airy, light-filled impression.

Designed by Kryštof Blažek, studio minio

Photographed by Jan Kuděj

The interior design is intentionally light-coloured and simple, with walls optically broken up by a glossy mint-green tile border that helps protect the walls from scratches and other mechanical abrasion. The ceilings are painted an earthy taupe colour, while the floors are covered with light grey tiles and the walls feature a sun-bleached concrete look.