Published on : Monday, June 11, 2018
Pipca is a new street food bistro located in Prague’s up and coming Letna “gastro” district. Designed by mar.s architects, the entire bistro consists of a single room, where kitchen and dining area is separated by a simple solid wood working surface – allowing guests to see and hear everything.
“The leading part is played by chicken – pipca (tweety :)) and the way of cooking: thanks to its size and noticeable design, the grill / rotisserie is the heart of the bistro.” say project photographers BoysPlayNice.
The interior combines materials that would normally be found in a house, “brick walls, scraped painting, steel structures and concrete floor with new elements of white hexagon tiling, leather upholstering of benches and oak wood, which all of the atypical furniture is made of.”
Solid oak beams, used for the serving table and other interior parts, come from a more than 100 year-old mill house.
A neon Pipca stands out together with a chicken symbol in the signboard, the inscription forming the logo for the bistro, designed by Richard Jaros, a graphic designer from studio side2.
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