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Location: Patra Greece

Architect: Konstantin Thorvald Barlas

Team: Sofia Miranda Papageorgiou

Gross surface: 60 sq.m.

Client: Lille Kaffe

Design date: 2010

Completion date: 2010

Photography: Pygmalion Karatzas

At the heart of our architectural intervention lies the extraordinary "Boomerang" bar, an independent structure that takes center stage within the dynamic layout of our L-shaped shop. Stretching gracefully across the space, this iconic feature commands attention as it elegantly intersects with two bustling thoroughfares. The Boomerang bar not only serves as a physical connector, seamlessly integrating the two distinct sections of our design, but it also defies conventional norms by redefining the boundaries between customers and staff.


This captivating design element sparks curiosity and interaction, inviting visitors to engage with our space in unexpected ways. Its strategic placement encourages a sense of flow and movement, creating a dynamic environment where connections are forged and experiences are enhanced. The juxtaposition of concrete and wood as our chosen materials adds a touch of refined sophistication and natural warmth to the overall aesthetic.


With our holistic approach to architecture and design, we aim to create a space that transcends the ordinary, evoking a sense of wonder and delight. Every aspect of our intervention, from the meticulously crafted Boomerang bar to the thoughtful selection of materials, is carefully curated to inspire and captivate. Step inside and be transported into a world where boundaries blur, connections thrive, and the essence of our design philosophy comes to life.

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