Project type: Interior
Area: 108 m2
Location: Vilnius, Lithuania
Team: Jokūbas Jurgelis, Jurga Marcinauskaitė
Photos: Robertas Daskevičius, Audrius Solominas
“Auksinė paletė 2016” – nominated as the best public interior.
Paloma bistro is located in Vilnius multi functional commercial zone, now buzzing with people – city within city. The design is based on a limited range of materials: wood, leather, terrazzo, and steel make up the majority of materials used for the design. Table tops, bar and most of the floor area are made from the light color terrazzo.
The minimalist aesthetic eliminates unnecessary elements to limit distraction from enjoying the meal and conversation. It feels light, airy and spacious. Seating area can vary from space for dinner for two, to the community table with larger company of people. White steel forms the handrail of the staircase, which leads to the mezzanine – second seating area, where the rhythm of vertical elements provide a more playful note to the space. Chairs was selected to complement solid materials, adding mid-century vibe.