Daylab Studio's 'speakeasy' bar located in China
On the Changnongtang shopping street in Zhuji, China, highlights the Bar-JI, a project of the architects of Daylab Studio.
The entire street is an old complex of buildings Chinese style, that is why Bar-JI adapted with that traditional style throughout the complex, but satisfying all the needs of the modern business format of indoor bars.
With a progressive order, users experience a wonderful space jump experience from the exterior to the first interior room.
Once they enter, customers find four different resting spaces: the White Gallery, the Black Gallery, the Blue Bar and the Red Bar.
In the White Gallery, a perforated plate screen stands out to the windows on the facade, with the idea of strengthening the Zen concept on which the bar is based.
The Black Gallery, for its part, gives a clandestine touch to Bar-JI. Daylab Studio, based in Shanghai, was inspired by the United States' ban period to create this area of the place.
Cocktails are served in the Blue Bar in a tue of stainless steel, cement and polycarbonate panels.
The Red Bar was designed to exclusively serve whiskey and this area in brass and neon lights can only enter pre-approved guests, turning it into a speakeasy within another speakeasy.