True Burger Bar by Kleydesign studio

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Designer description: 

True Burger is an example of a strong partnership between the designer team and the customer which led through constructive debates to the finding of a perfect solution. The whole proccess from the concept to implementation of the project has been done in the undertime.
The restaurateurs themselves were involved into the making of interior. They've been painting, soldering and boring alongside with the designers.
Despite the fact, that «True Burger» is a restaurant with American cuisine, the interior of the venue turned out to be international. 95% of the furniture inside the restaurant was made in Ukraine with love.
The restaurant is located in the downtown of Kiev on a busy street.
The gazebos helped much in shaping of the restaurant's image. Looking from the outside both levels of the restaurant are visible. Whereas sitting inside on a comfortable sofa, a visitor watches a city life passing by.
The brick, wood, metal and ceramic tile are the core materials which form the entire interior of «True Burger». As the venue has a bar too, the bar counter is emphasised. It's made of snow-white framed tiles, and looks as a monolith against the background of colorful tiles and wooden wall decor.
There are several sofas and low tables located on the first level. Light sources over each of tables create private zone's ambience.
The most objects of the interior are Ukrainian made, except the light, which was brought from Poland. That is how we support local production and contribute to the well-being of our land.
The restaurant is located in the downtown of Kiev on a busy street. True Burger is an example of a strong partnership between the designer team and the customer which led through constructive debates to the finding of a perfect solution. The whole process from the concept to implementation of the project has been done in the undertime.
The restaurateurs themselves were involved into the making of interior. They've been painting, soldering and boring alongside with the designers.  

Designed by Kleydesign studio 
Photographer Ania Garienchik