The Pink Moon Saloon was Built Between Two Existing Buildings

 - Jan 18, 2016
References: facebook & contemporist
Although the interior of the Pink Moon Saloon looks like something straight out of a Western flick, there is a cute element to the architectural design that will attract more than the cowboy wannabe passerby. Squished between two existing buildings, it looks like something that would have popped up in a Harry Potter-type world. In a way, it was created by a team of magicians from Sans-Arc Studio.

When approached by the founders of the Pink Moon Saloon, the studio was asked to embody the "narrative of the outdoors, a childhood memory of fire cooked food and camping in the forest." No wonder what they ended up constructing has such a fantastical element to it. A bar and restaurant, it is comprised of two huts that separate each entity in a cozy way.