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Red Piano, Poznan, Poland

Monday 30 Jun 2008

An instrumental inspiration

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Jazz bar takes inspiration from a solitary red piano to create a suave interior 

Red piano is an interior design project designed by Ewelina Jankowska. The jazz club and restaurant is situated in the heart of Poznan, Poland, inside an old historic apartment house. A barrel vault cellar was connected with modern interior design to create one of the most exclusive clubs in Poland. At the centre, serving as inspiration, stands a solitary Red Piano.

Investors adopted neglected cellars ripping out plaster and old wooden panels. A modern drainage system was implemented to remove damp from the walls, the ceiling was teared off and beautiful barrel vault has been revealed.

Gloomy interiors were brightened up with hand-picked lighting frames, quilted walls and golden plush, pelted sofas create a relaxing atmosphere. The existing division of the space provoked a natural distribution of the jazz club and the restaurant.

The bar is constructed from copper with thick glass, illuminated by diodes matching those in all of the doors and gold-painted walls integrate the theme and illuminate the area. Additionaly in the club there are many mirrors - beautifully reflecting space and allow visitors for free view at the scene.

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