Grapes Winery by Leo D’uk Design

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Description from Leo D'uk Design Studio: 

Cafe "Vynograd" with the total area of ​​55 m2 is placed in the former local art gallery in the old town. The name was given to the caf due to the dense thickets of grapes that overfly the courtyard. The interior, designed in minimalist style, is diluted with bright wooden chairs with yellow backs and neat tables of shaped form with black metal legs. Due to the fact that previously there was the gallery, we decided to leave the artistic interior component providing an exhibiting works of art. Thus, during the opening of the cafe its walls were decorated with empty frames as a hint that in the future they will be filled by pictures of local artists. At first the frames were left empty to emphasize that the cafe does not allocate anyone of the artists: everyone is equal and can show his works. Also the establishment has the status of a cafe-wine tavern and in the cellar of "Vynograd" there is located their own wine cellar.  

Design: Leo D'uk Design