Cat­e­gory : Restaurants, Cafes, Pubs & Food Court Project : PROST - Beer Brew­ery MERIT : Aamir & Hameeda In­te­ri­ors


Aseem­ingly bizarre yet stun­ningly cap­ti­vat­ing space, the Prost Beer House, acts as a per­fect place to un­wind and take in the story of its sur­round­ings. Aamir & Hameeda In­te­ri­ors were ap­proached to do a beer brew­ery in Ban­ga­lore, for which the de­sign firm lit­er­ally adopted an in­dus­trial and rugged con­cept. For the space, an en­tire ship from the dock­yard was dis­man­tled and used. Ev­ery pipe in var­i­ous shape, size, and na­ture was used in an in­ter­est­ing and artis­tic for­mat, which gave a look of an old fac­tory. The in­te­ri­ors take on a rough and worn-out look, where de­sign el­e­ments in­clud­ing the fur­ni­ture, floor­ing and ceil­ing blend with the over­all in­dus­trial con­cept.

Fea­tur­ing a dou­ble height area, the de­sign team used more than 100 taps with bulbs fixed to them in the form of light­ing. Ful­fill­ing the brew­ery look, the brew­ing tanks were ex­posed and lit up. The main tex­ture is that of a 5’ blade which goes through the beam. Ac­cord­ing to the firm, all forms of metal such as stools, gar­den in­stru­ments and in­dus­trial in­stru­ments have been in­cor­po­rated to cre­ate a sense of metal mad­ness in the space. “Ba­si­cally we cre­ated a car­nage of metal which stands like a mu­seum to­day with ma­te­ri­als which we made re­cy­clable.”

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