cronus private bar and lounge by doyle collection cronus private bar and lounge by doyle collection
aug 25, 2012

cronus private bar and lounge by doyle collection

cronus private bar and lounge by doyle collection

based out of japan, doyle collection has created a bar lounge that targets an executive upper class who are keen in spending money during their time in tokyo. once inside the reception hall, warm lights diffuse through stones that illuminate customers, where they find themselves reflected in the black-frame-mirrored wall surface. bookshelves occupying the interior provide a luxurious study-room between the neighboring hotel lobby. a natural rock face creates a contrast within the library-like space to balance against the champagne colorway, providing a sophisticated communal bar-area.

inside the luxurious hotel-like lounge, you can feel the modern taste as well as glamorous and relaxed impressions.

in contrast with the books, walls are characterized by displaying natural rock face as reliefs. this design represents the ‘two aspects’ of this bar lounge concept.

a custom-made wine cellar divides the spacious lounge. the sofa and tables are all custom-made.

the lounge from the bar counter

a wall surface with three-sided mirrors enable to reflect various scenes in the lounge and add color to the bar counter.

the lounge is composed with an authentic high-class taste.

a swarovski crystal chandelier hangs down where a unique transmissive light diffuses into the atmosphere

there are seats for private rooms in the area.

randomly-cut wood sections are displayed in the glass case-like table.

in the ceiling, framed mirrors reflect an executive lifestyle 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.

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