Free Flow-Traffic Bar brings Hyderabad’s streetscape into the interiors

The traffic inspired semi steam-punk theme came naturally as a consequence of the ever changing face of the city of Hyderabad. The juxtaposing of roadways always perceived to be grounded with the altitude of the place gives it a tremendous vibe.

Vindhya & Baba Sashank tells Surfaces Reporter about the design, “The traffic inspired semi steam-punk theme came naturally as a consequence of the ever changing face of the city of Hyderabad. The juxtaposing of roadways always perceived to be grounded with the altitude of the place gives it a tremendous vibe. The elements that make up the city’s street scape were intricately woven into the bar’s interiors. We wanted the place to be timeless and hence the illustration of the time machine was added on the brick wall. The functioning traffic signal unifies the theme into the entire bar.”

Project- Free Flow-Traffic Bar
Client- Mr. Pruthvi, Mr. Vilok & Mr. Nikhil
Designers- Vindhya Guduru, Baba Sashank
Firm- Spacefiction Studio, Hyderabad
Materials- Brick walls, Concrete finish paint, Metal pipes, Corrugated metal sheet, Real traffic equipment, Signages on metal plates.
www.spacefictionstudio.com

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