GE space design combines cocktail workshop with hidden bar behind it in chengdu, china
 

GE space design combines cocktail workshop with hidden bar behind it in chengdu, china

GE space design has created an innovative cocktail workshop in chengdu, china, complete with a cozy tasting bar hidden behind it. located at the front of the site, the creddie workshop invites people in through its glass sliding doors to taste new cocktail recipes as well as receive training in drink making. at the same time, the tasting room bar is hidden behind the workshop, accessible through a black passage and a cabin door. there, a combination of raw materials, such as bamboo, stone, and wood creates a warm, cozy atmosphere where customers can enjoy their drinks away from the busy streets. GE space design combines cocktail workshop with hidden bar behind it in chengdu, chinaall images by icy/ icyworks

 

 

based on the client’s rich experiences as a bartender, GE space design developed the creddie workshop with the aim of testing and developing numerous cocktail possibilities with different ingredients. the workshop is located at the front of the site and incorporates an open bar area with glass sliding doors that break the barrier with passersby. warm yellow lights and comfortable sitting places encourage people to walk inside and explore mystery of cocktail making, while they can also volunteer to taste a new drink recipe. additionally, the workshop also provides technical consultancy, drink menu development and personnel training for other bars or individuals in the city. GE space design combines cocktail workshop with hidden bar behind it in chengdu, china

 

 

hidden behind it, the tasting room bar is designed with raw materials, such as bamboo, stone, and wood on the floor, used to emphasize the organic quality of the ingredients in the cocktails. here, warm lighting and solid wood are complemented by bamboo weaving, a local art in chengdu, found in the back of the chairs, the walls, and light boxes. the weaving surfaces scatter light on the floor and walls, creating an intriguing, magical atmosphere within the space. the spatial transition between the public bar area and a more intimate space is naturally achieved through a curved wall, which half surrounds a semi-open room for more privacy. both in the workshop and in the bar, each glass of drink has its own ID card that states the recipe, as well as the research and development notes from the bartender.

 GE space design combines cocktail workshop with hidden bar behind it in chengdu, china GE space design combines cocktail workshop with hidden bar behind it in chengdu, china

 

 

 

project info:

 

architect: GE space design

client: the tasting room

location: no. 47 hongshun street, jinjiang district, chengdu city, china

design team: li jia, nemo, zhou ying, wen wei, tang qian

area: 110 sqm

products brand: power dekor, nanogress, thinkpower, souls, geze

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