Varna, Bulgaria – Studio Mode has designed a Graffiti Cafe as architecture design with a natural continuation. Functionally, the building area is intentionally separated into two different zones. The first one is front zone which integrated into its exterior to create the feeling of a console silhouette and public space. The second one, rear zone, is separated through the roof and floor design to allow reduction of the depth of space without removing its panorama.
Indeed, the real challenge during the process was how to solve each functional problem which is related to the sound, acoustics and ventilation in way accordance to chosen aesthetics just like how Escher interpreted it. Another challenge defines for how to perform structure combinatory between the one to the other side. The effort to achieve aesthetics through some sparing uses of the materials and to display the expression on other side are challenging as well.
The Studio Mode had successfully created a unique yet identical building concept which proudly masters and generalizes the space without putting aside the functional and technological requirements. Eventually, the result comes as trendy interior with excellent artistry dose as the building also has Gallery of Modern Art located on the next level.