Odeon Bar | Estonia

Odeon Bar | Estonia

Architect
Atelier Sérgio Rebelo
Location
Tallinn, Estonia | View Map
Project Year
2019
Category
Bars

Restaurants

Odeon Bar - Estonia

RMC as Engineered Marble

Founded in 2019, Odeon is a bar/restaurant and club dedicated to creative communities. Odeon is a contemporary social club on Kopli street . A home away from “home for the curious”, Odeon brings together artists and creative souls.

 

Located in the heart of the new Tallinn Bohemia: Odeon ‘s stylish and original design exudes elegance, refinement and the promise of impeccable pleasures. 

 

This bar brings new life to a mid-century soviet building, the space is flooded with natural light with views that are both urban and quiet. Inspired by the sequential spatial organization of a train, the layout begins with the restaurant’s vestibule, with two large vintage chandeliers at an entrance filled with art and eclectic artifacts.

 

Open up to an intimate restaurant, discover the bar, lounge and social room, sneak into the secret backroom, or simply enjoy a leafy ambience, a large scene framed with copper hues, a warm corridor and giant marmored pillars throughout the space. - ODEON

 

Guests will then encounter a lounge and dining area expressive of the classic diners of california, here translated with a new and unexpected combination of materials: terrazzo panels, handcrafted tile, rosewood, copper and recycled plastic chairs. 

The materials have been developed in collaboration with companies in portugal, estonia and france. All of the pavements have been customized by the company RMC who supplied with it's own  Verde Estremoz matched to blend with the spatial environment.

The Odeon will surely impress .

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