• The Cafe Design Of The Brew Estate Is Wrapped By A Unique Screened Façade | Projected Rays Design

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    The building sits patiently in the busy city scape, where the cafe design of The Brew Estate is wrapped by a unique screened façade that changes its effect onto the interior with the course of the day. The balcony was treated like an outdoor refreshing zone for the café with a screened façade to cut off the south sun and capture the effect of shadows and cyography. “Shadows owes it’s birth to light”.

    The Cafe Design Of The Brew Estate Is Wrapped By A Unique Screened Façade | Projected Rays Design

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    It was made clear that through the presence of shadows, a unique experience would be created which would make this balcony into an experience in itself.

    The first floor portrays the use of straight geometries and lines as the main concept driving the interiors.

    “Line is a dot for a walk”
    With this principle, the bar was conceptualized which is highlighted by the streaks of lights on the ceiling as well as the vertical parametric flutes on the front, representing the name of the café.

    Right opposite the bar was created. A grid drawing board for the artist where through geometric line art an interesting portrait composition is created. Through the grid the line art continues in the theme of the setup.

    Stone pieces cut into rectangular pieces was clad on the walls to add to the texture of the place with curvilinear shades of grey again creating an artsy feel.

    Wooden floor with the printed tiles was again designed to follow the geometric theme and add warmth to the décor.

    The terrace in contrast with the lower floor follows a very outdoor and rustic vibe.

    The use of urban and vernacular textures is evident in the complete setup.

    The place is a depiction of using geometry and art in a very non-conventional manner still maintaining the youthfulness attached the the café.


    Designed by : Projected Rays Design  

    Project Type : Restaurant / Bar / Café

    Location : Yamuna Nagar, Haryana

    Project Name : The Brew Estate

    Project Size : 5000 Sq.ft

    Principal Architect : Ar. Rohan Jain

    Photograph Courtesy : Vaibhav Passi

    Firm’s Instagram Link : Projected Rays Design


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