Crompy Bistro Restaurant Concept in Prague
Designed by VRTIŠKA • ŽÁK
All Photos Via restaurantandbardesign.com
Crompy is a tasteful little eatery boasting a pared-down, modern restaurant design. Located in Prague, the restaurant interior features an achromatic background composed of contrasting black and beige colors. These bland hues set off the warm tones of the wooden furniture and the ornament on the floor tile. The unique tile pattern further accentuates the sharp contrast with the adjacent blackboard.
With the drum pendants lights and rows of seats the restaurant interior still feels very open. This effect is achieved through the use of a neutral color palette and cozy light.
The lights alone are quite dramatic. They define the ceiling make the ceiling hidden. The exterior sign is done in black with hidden LED light which creates the impression that the word ‘Crompy’ is hovering in the air.
Overall, the bistro’s natural oak furnishing and clean, natural lines impart a sense of understated elegance and simplicity.
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