abstracted sugar molecules define shugaa dessert bar by party / space / design abstracted sugar molecules define shugaa dessert bar by party / space / design
feb 06, 2016

abstracted sugar molecules define shugaa dessert bar by party / space / design


abstracted sugar molecules define shugaa dessert bar by party / space / design

all images courtesy of party / space / design

 

 

 

‘shugaa’ is a desserts-only eatery designed by thai studio party / space / design. the concept is derived directly from the base of the creative menu; sugar. enlarged massively, the interior represents the various molecules and crystals that compose the desserts’ primary ingredient.

shugaa dessert bar party space design designboomentrance view 

 

 

 

a large polygon installation describes the front façade, through which ‘shugaa’s’ warm wooden and mint green interior can be seen. upon entering, customers encounter the main dining area and the dessert bar’s most interesting feature — a sugar-like spiral staircase enclosed by a wood and acrylic structure.


‘shugaa’ interior  

 

 

 

the stairwell leads to a secondary dining area and receive an up-close aerial view of the chef’s line. moving towards the back on the second floor, is a third distinct area. the most private of the three, the back zone is a quiet place for enjoying a delicacy uninterrupted. 

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seating and polygon wall


bar 

interior  

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staircase detail 


spiral stairwell 

shugaa dessert bar party space design designboomsecond floor bar and tables 

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bar


view from second floor

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front signage

 

 

designboom has received this project from our DIY submissions  feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their own work for publication. see more project submissions from our readers here.

 

edited by: nick brink | designboom

  • Nerdy comment here- The geometry looks more like salt than sugar. Salt has a cubic structure, sugar is a way more complicated shape in crystal form. (sorry, maybe I’ve just looked at too many sugar crystals)

    jim says:

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