AND THEN I WAS HEARING COLORS

SAX Jazz Restaurant

 

This jazz restaurant was designed to cater for harmonious physical & visual interactions . The dynamics and movement between the performers on stage and the various corners of the venue were essential. Thus, different seating areas with a particular function were created: a formal dining area stretches down the entire left wall, while an elongated bar takes over the entire facing wall. In the center, low-seating allows clients to enjoy the stage performance more intently, while high tables further back, integrated within the library racks, caters for side conversations. Finally, “love-bird cages”, surrounded with greenery, offer a more cocooned intimacy & sensual experience, while maintaining an unobstructed view of the entire floor.

WATCH SHORT-FILM in collaboration with director Cyril Aris.

  

Client | MetroLounge

Location | Beirut Souks, Beirut Central District, Lebanon

Area | 700 sqm

Date of Completion | October 2017

Team | Tessa Sakhi, Tara Sakhi, Aman Slim

General Contractor | ACEC

Sub-Contractor | Joe Habchy

Mechanical Engineer | Sharingem

Electrical Engineer | Sharingem

Sound Engineer | Roger Bou Farhat

Landscape Architect | Roots

Photos | Ieva Saudargaite