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An original vintage interior, Bicycle Bar in Bucharest

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Bicycle Bar is a very original vintage bar design located in Bucharest old city center that I’ve discovered in the web. It has been designed by Alina Turdean |Open Space Design, together with the bar owner Stefan Ciobotaru.

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Bicycle Bar concept is based around the “bicycle” theme. Indeed, it reflects the owner’s love for bikes, started during his childwood. It’s very interesting to see how old bicycle parts have been reused and recycled turning them into vintage styled furniture and lighting fixtures, all mixed well with in an industrial décor of Bucharest old city center.

There are parts (the main ones) which have been purchased from Great Britain, other parts from the 1930’s. These are mixed together with elements recovered from Romania’s once oldest and largest bike factory Pegas (now permanently closed), and transformed into vintage style pieces of furniture and decor.

Bicycle Bar entire furniture in fact is laced with a great variety of bicycle parts that add extra detail and contribute to the general vintage bar design mood.


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Thanks to Alina Turdean and Bicycle Bar for these beautiful images!
Bicycle Bar è un interno molto originale in stile vintage situato nel centro storico di Bucarest, che ho scoperto nel web. E’stato progettato da Alina Turdean |Open Space Design, insieme al proprietario del bar Stefan Ciobotaru .
Il concept di Bicycle Bar è appunto basato sul tema “bicicletta” in quanto riflette l’amore del proprietario per le biciclette, iniziato in giovane età. E’ molto interessante vedere come parti di vecchie biciclette siano state qui riutilizzate e riciclate, trasformandole in arredi e lampade in stile vintage, tutti ben integrati in un arredamento industriale nel centro storico di Bucarest.
Ci sono parti che sono state acquistate dalla Gran Bretagna, altre parti di recupero dagli anni Trenta, insieme con elementi recuperati dalla più antica e grande fabbrica di moto della Romania, di nome Pegas (ora chiusa), e trasformati quindi in pezzi stile vintage.

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