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HYDERABAD, Telangana, India-500034
Prost, Bangalore, Hospitality-Bar & Pub
we were approved to do a beer brewery in bangalore. we dismantled an entire ship from the dockyard, used every pipe in various shape, size, nature and used in artistically in a very interesting format, which gave a look of an old factory. on the double height area we used more than 100 taps with bulbs fixed to them as a source of lighting. we exposed the brewery tanks and had them lit up. the main texture is of a 5' blade which goes through the beam. we used stools, garden instruments, industrial instruments and every form of metal instruments that came our way to create this madness. basically we created a carnage of metal, which stands like a museum today with materials which we made recyclable.
The Bricked Wall
Prost, Bangalore is a renovated beer brewery made out of a dismantled ship. The walls were exclusively designed to give a very industrial picture. The bricked wall is adorned with fighter planes and the adjacent one is lined with exposed pipes.
Exposesd Brewery Pipes
The walls are adorned with exposed brewery pipes to imitate the industry look.
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Perfect Pub Ambience
With a good play of lighting, the renovate ship could not look any less than a pub with amazing ambience.
Rugged yet classy
Exposed pipes and faded walls might give the place a very rugged feel. But then, this was done with a purpose. Classy furniture pieces was moved in to provide comfort.
Prost- A glance at the interiors
The dismantled ship was the best excuse for designing a traditional brewery. Interiors, furniture and lighting was well taken care of. Exposed pipes and taps gives you a real feeling.
The Bar Counter
The bar counter looks great in the dim light. Since lighting affects the whole aura of the space, it was well taken care of.
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Pirate Themed Entrance
The wrecked ship was very well customized to give an illusion of a brewery. Rustic, pirate themed entry gate welcomed the visitors into a whole new world where they could simply enjoy drinks by keeping worries/tensions at bay. Hanging lights and bricked wall add up to the themed aesthetics.
A brewery look
Brewery pipes installed outside the wall to give an illusion of ancient brewery.
A glimpse of the seating area
Here is what the seating area looked like. Furniture and upholstery was meticulously chosen in order to fit in the picture.
Stairs leading upstairs
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Pirate Style Traditional Doors
These doors seem like the ones at pirate's ship.
False Netted Ceiling
False netted ceiling mounted the taps which worked as lights. As one look up at the ceiling, the feel of ancient brewery is apparent.
Traditional Switchboards on Bricked Wall
Switchboards and walls, both were kept very low key to accentuate that rugged brewery look.
Ceiling was given a rugged and rustic look purposefully.
Western Inspired Doors
The doors were given a very western look and feel.
Cowboy Boot clamped to the Door
To portray a very western picture, the cowboy boot has been clamped to the door.
Taps fitted with bulbs
The taps acted as sources of lights.
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