一个整体混凝土大门框架支撑着一个酒吧和咖啡馆，由Portal 92设计，从这里可以俯瞰印度莫拉达巴德一个土石色座位的凸起平台。这就是“乡村咖啡馆”(Village Cafe)，空间分为两层，为当地人提供了室内和室外用餐区，用餐区围绕着一条蜿蜒曲折、迷宫般的路线布置。
A frame of monolithic concrete portals supports a bar and cafe, designed by Portal 92, which overlooks a raised terrace of terracotta-coloured seating in Moradabad, India.Called The Village Cafe, the spaces are split across two levels, providing locals with both indoor and outdoor areas to eat arranged around a winding, maze-like route.
Squeezing a wide variety of spatial conditions and materials into a relatively small space, the project was designed to evoke the feeling of being in an Indian village.”When we received the proposed name for the cafe from our client, these questions suddenly came to light,” said the New Delhi studio.”The intent became to design a space which represents a lucid memory of a village for today’s ‘urban Indian’, looking for a drink down nostalgic lane.”
Clusters of seating sit across two levels, connected by a staircase and overlooked by the concrete and glass form of the indoor seating area.The outdoor tables and booths sit tucked behind low walls or planters filled with local foliage, and adjacent to the indoor bar a curved canopy shelters an outdoor serving area.”The possibility of various movement patters gives the illusion of an intimate organic settlement wherein regulars find their own path, seldom taken by new visitors,” described the studio.
Between the large concrete portals of the indoor bar are sheets of glazing which extend to cover both the walls and the roof, filling the bar with light.Inside, exposed concrete and white plaster create a simple, open space that contrasts the vibrancy of the terrace outside, with custom hanging light fixings carved from wood.
∇ 平面图 plan
∇ 剖立面 sectional elevation
∇ 轴测图 axonometric
∇ 鸟瞰图 bird’s eye view
设计团队：Sagar Goyal, Aanchal Sawhney, Praneet Singh, Varsha Rath, Astha Verma