Roy Zsidai Builds a Pub in Budapest with Various Influences

By: Jamie Danielle Munro - Jun 3, 2014
References: zsidai & designboom
This pub in Budapest by Roy Zsidai takes influences from numerous areas, resulting in an eclectic and memorable bar design. Zsidai uses ideas from the city's ruined pubs, taking old industrial designs and fusing this with Asian culture. The result is nothing short of stunning.

The inside looks like a mix between Chinatown and an old bar that one could even come across in England. Red is the dominating color inside, with Chinese lanterns hanging from the ceiling that you would find during the new year for this country. DesignBoom puts it well saying that "the result is a rejuvenated space where the 1930s style of Shanghai and the shabby-chic interiors are intertwined with one another." For those looking for an eclectic place, this bar by Roy Zsidai is a great option.

Photo Credits: designboom, zsidai