Freeflow Traffic Bar was conceptualised to revive the old Irani bistros and their intimate seating that once flanked the city. A 2000 sq. ft. space spanning the last floor and terrace of a 5-storey building house the bar.
Since the clients required an extra mezzanine covering half of the terrace, Space Fiction Studio planned the floor and walls along which the majority of the seating follows, parallel to the breathtaking park views.
The traffic inspired semi steam-punk theme was a consequence of the ever changing face of the city. The juxtaposing of roadways gives the place a tremendous vibe. The elements that make up the city’s street scape were intricately woven into the bar’s interiors.
Lasrge fire pipes house lights in specially fabricated cages. Painted road signs on metal sheets find home on walls and coasters. A large connection of galvanized iron pipes complete with pressure meters make up the liquor display behind the terrace bar. The same pipes were used to make majority of the furniture. Collaboration with local artists enabled the crafting of graffiti and installations reminiscent of vintage pop culture.
Text Compiled By Rehana Hussain
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