Bauhaus and Piet Mondrian inspired AIAI architects to design interior of LOLA café in Vilnius, Lithuania. The main interior space is created using primary colors, sharp, clear lines and strict forms. The architects used essential elements and artwork, combining the materiality of concrete, wood and metal. This interior is a colorful dedication inspired by the Bauhaus aesthetic to mark the 100th anniversary of this movement.
The main space is shaped with sharp lines, painted with primary colors and black lines. Architects have used main elements of famous De Stijl artworks and connected them with raw materials: concrete, wood and metal. “The Bauhaus anniversary was a perfect impact for this project.
Inspired by aesthetics, forms and details AIAI architects have created a colorful dedication for this movement. The square form tables are made from rough terrazzo tiles and are aligned with stylish chairs and sphere ceiling lamps. The bar front astonishes with lots of blue and some red and yellow areas. The architects also gave lots attention to black and white details.
Every perspective of the interior is full of colors and textures and gives an opportunity to feel the famous period. That’s the reason why the new restaurant quickly became favorite place for social media day stories and selfies. The restaurant has a good visibility from the street and attract a lot of drivers and passersby attention even at night. It’s like a full time Bauhaus showcase in Vilnius. Photos: Norbert Tukaj.