YOVA YAGER was inspired by roughness and heartiness of metropolis when designing Bloom Eatery in Minsk

YOVA YAGER was inspired by roughness and heartiness of metropolis when designing Bloom Eatery in Minsk

Bloom Eatery is a new elegant restaurant with a Mid-Century twist designed by YOVA YAGER hospitality design in Minsk, Belarus.

“Bloom Eatery is a complex building with panoramic windows and high ceilings (above four meters), so that engineering works took a long time. During this period the technical and conceptual solution were changed several times. The main difficulty was the irregular shape of the room with an elongated entrance lobby and a fully open main hall. To balance it and give some privacy, dividing verticals – wooden screens, textiles on windows and plenty of greenery were added to the interior. Brutality and monumentality of the space were smoothed out with radial shapes that pervade the entire restaurant. Interior style is a mid-century one. Its characteristics are smoothness and softness of forms, colorfulness and tactility, which help people to feel natural. We love to experiment with a combination of budget and exquisite materials. Countertops Terrazzio in the interior are adjacent to wood, metal – to textiles. An amber-colored glass partition located behind the bar reflects daylight. Profiles of cooks working behind the partition can be seen on the surface. The interior reflects our vision of a modern metropolis. Rough textures of concrete and rust metal that we meet on the streets of cities we balance with plants, tactile materials and juicy colors. The balance is also maintained in the seating – despite it is close, it’s comfortable,” explains chief designer Yova Yager

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