HEAD Architecture and Design have sent us some photos of the Muse Bar interior they designed on the 26th floor of an office building in Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay.
The Muse Bar by HEAD Architecture and Design
To relieve from the tensed daily life in Hong Kong, our client has decided to open a Bar for people to relax & chill out with friends. HEAD architecture was asked to design a relaxing & stylish bar on the 26th floor of an office building in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong. It is an open bar with two VIP rooms & has a capacity of accommodating 92 people.
The name of the Bar inspired us to form the starting point of an interior which was to be relaxing, stylish and provide a retreat from the implications of daily life in Hong Kong. According to the dictionary MUSE has a meaning of “to think or meditate in silence” and “to forget about the world around one”. A soft colour scheme of purple and black provides an “other-worldly” backdrop to a long curving bar running almost the entire length of the building core. This bar forms the focus of the interior and is fronted with a three dimensional sculptural facing. Reprised at the entrance this unique treatment creates an obvious link to the bar interior but also a striking point of entry.
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