Central Lounge – BLUARCH architecture – US Dec13

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Central Lounge – BLUARCH architecture – US

Central Lounge - BLUARCH architecture - US

Central Lounge - BLUARCH architecture - US

Central Lounge – BLUARCH architecture – US

Architect: BLUARCH architecture

Location: Astoria, NY, US

Type: Lounge & bar

Status: Built

 Central Lounge and Sushi Bar is a supper club, a hospitality venue offering both food and music. The design approach was to offer the indulgent environment of a lounge and the sensual experience of the finest sushi in a rich and eclectic space.

 The venue has two bars, one rectangular and one circular. Both are clad in tufted white upholstery and are topped with slabs of back-lit onyx. Above the rectangular bar, five walnut shelters curve at different heights to create a refined sense of intimacy. Each shelter has a cut-out area showing a black mirror and a Swarovski crystal sconce.

 The circular section of the venue is surmounted by a mezzanine which opens into a double height topped with ivy and LED lights. The perimeter of the round area is delineated by a round banquette above which round upholstered panels in different sizes line the walls.