Address: Mokotowska Street 33/35, Warsaw

Foundation date: 2017

Surface: 170m2

Scope of the work:
-concept of the place (co-creation)
-interior design
-fitted furniture design: counter bar installation, upholstered loges, tables, waiter trolley, decorative and storage shelves
-visual identity: logotype, menu design, accompanying graphics, exterior neon design, elevation sign board design
-summer garden design

“Talerzyki” is a place offering “Polish tapas”, complemented with an adequate selection of cocktails.

The owner of the place is Marcin Koch, who also owns the neighbouring “Bazar Kocha”, and the interior as well as the visual identity were created by the Warsaw-based creative studio 370studio.com specializing in gastronomic places.

The interior decoration concept is elegant yet relaxed, its dominant inspiration being Warsaw bars from the 1920s and 1930s. The place name meaning “a plate” in Polish, the motif of a plate motif discreetly appears in various zones of the place. A number of references to it can be found: a humorous mural showing a circus monkey juggling plates or the logo itself, which is inspired by porcelain signatures.

The selection of materials and the spatial solutions in Talerzyki strongly correspond with the chosen stylistic direction: what dominates on the ground floor is the bar with a stone table top and wooden paneling. What complements the decoration is dado made with metalized paint as well as wooden ceiling fans.

The downstairs part is connected with the backroom entrance, thanks to which its character is countered with less elegant decoration elements: shelves filled with plates and garden lamps.

What decorates the place and provides its cosy character is the stylized furniture with velour upholstery. Also the curtains referring to old restaurants and theatres are made of velour. The whole convention is complemented with stylized lamps, Polish posters alluding to Warsaw gastronomy, and displays with backlit abstract prints.

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