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Edging its way onto Black Sea Coast, Varna is often refereed to as the summer capital of Bulgaria. This summer, the seaside town has a remarkable new eatery designed by Studio Mode. A floor above the Graffiti Cafe is the Gallery of Modern Art, therefore, Mode knew they needed to cater the design to an new age artistic crowd, along with the restaurants existing acoustical and ventilation challenges.
Columns became over exaggerated as Mode dressed them with and array of thin unfinished wood panels which reach up to the ceiling to create a connecting pattern. The wood panels, are a clever solution to the problematic ceiling ventilation issues and will aid in the acoustics. 3 dimensional white plastic panels come together to create a decorative wall behind the bar, while softly lit white drapery covers the two opposite walls. The monochromatic color pallet brings sophistication to the sculptural architectural elements of the magical new Graffiti Cafe.