Bar Campari

Bar Campari

Matteo Thun and Partners
Seitzergasse 6/1, 1010 Vienna, Austria
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Matteo Thun and Partners as Architects

Creativity needs space, needs an inspirational atmosphere, needs a framework for the art of being together and needs a basis for intense dialogues. Campari bridges the gap - in Milan as now in Vienna. The Viennese Bar Campari is all about the pleasure of art, about interaction and about the pleasure to enjoy the very best mixed drinks outside of Italy.

Inspired by the dynamic and lively flair of Italian cafés, by the futuristic graphics that artist Fortunato Depero has designed for Campari since the 1920s, Bar Campari reflects his art and the colours of the Italian brand: red, black and white.

The spacious outdoor area invites you to taste a Campari soda instantly. Inside the twostorey bar, elongated mirrors and decorative light structures immerse the rooms in an indirect, pleasant light. Poly-wood parquet floors, wood-panelled bar- counters with brass details and a lively mix of loose furniture create an upbeat and vibrant mood. In front of a mosaic wall with Depero motif, an integrated shop offers a piece of Italian bar culture. The 'Akademie' on the first floor serves as a discrete location for special events. It opens into the 'bridge', which already catches the eye from the sidewalk and floats above the gallery (Tuchlaubenhof).

"The highest form of art is the ‘Gesamtkunstwerk’, abolishing the boundaries between art and non-art.” Quote Kurt Schwitters

Material Used :

1. Cencept, Interior, Styling: Matteo Thun & Partners
2. All loose furniture: Cassina
3. Lights and light structures: Panzeri
4. Mosaic tiles: Bisazza

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Lights and light structuresPANZERI
Mosaic tilesBisazza
All loose furnitureCassina
Product Spec Sheet
Lights and light structures
Mosaic tiles
by Bisazza
All loose furniture
by Cassina
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