20 Feb 2017

Architecture in the Pink Moon Saloon Bar and Restaurant

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Pink Moon Saloon is comprised by two buildings, the first as a bar and the second as a restaurant with a quaint open air space that divides the two.  It was designed by architecture firm Sans-Arc and the building was completed in November 2015.  The buildings were constructed in what used to be the former bin alley, a tight space between two office buildings.  Pictures 5 to 6 mark the transition between the the drinking and eating huts, with the first being light and airy, whilst the second one, the dinging building, darker, dimly lit which uses the fireplace as a focus point to give it more atmosphere.

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