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摘要:遍布阿姆斯特丹的Goudvisch Family酒吧如今在城市西部迎来了其最新成员 —— Moos。而Studio Modijefsky则延续了与Goudvisch Family的良好关系,继续为这家新的咖啡酒吧起名以及进行品牌标识和室内设...

遍布阿姆斯特丹的Goudvisch Family酒吧如今在城市西部迎来了其最新成员 —— Moos。而Studio Modijefsky则延续了与Goudvisch Family的良好关系,继续为这家新的咖啡酒吧起名以及进行品牌标识和室内设计。

The Goudvisch Family, a group of bars spread across Amsterdam, welcomes a new member in West Amsterdam: Moos. As is now traditional, Studio Modijefsky created the name, brand identity, and interior.

▼酒吧外观,overall of space ©Maarten Willemstein

项目位于Spaarndammmerbuurt区,这里坐落着著名的Het Schip,一座以阿姆斯特丹学派风格为特色的住宅综合体。这些建筑展示了20世纪早期建筑运动的所有特征:华丽的砖砌结构,大量的装饰元素,各种材料的叠加图案,以及对工艺的热爱。作为对其丰富的建筑环境的颂歌,Moos的室内设计以红砖色调、瓷砖排列成精致的图案、高品质的地板饰面,以及精致的细节,反映出阿姆斯特丹学派的价值观。

Moos is located in Spaarndammmerbuurt, a neighbourhood best known for Het Schip, a housing complex designed in the Amsterdam School style. These buildings display all the hallmarks of this early 20th century architectural movement: ornate brickwork, a multitude of decorative elements, overlaying patterns in a variety of materials, and a love of craftsmanship. As an ode to its rich architectural environment, the interior of Moos features red brickwork tones, tiled surfaces arranged in elaborate patterns, floor finishes and refined details that reflect the values of the Amsterdam school.

▼空间概览,overall of space ©Maarten Willemstein


Moos is situated on the ground floor of a corner building that boasts a high ceiling and large windows that flood the space with daylight. Just like its Goudvisch siblings, Moos has the bar as main protagonist; in this case made of marble, combined with brass, wood and pale pink, beige, and bright yellow tiles.

▼吧台,bar ©Maarten Willemstein

viewing the seating area by the window from the bar
©Maarten Willemstein


A large mirror behind, split by two zigzagging lines of orange and red neon, creates a stunning backdrop. It’s split into two layers, one reaching forward, the other stretching back, to add another dimension to the mirror’s sheer size. A tiled floor pattern creates the perfect base for this centrepiece, with accents of terrazzo flooring outlining the bar’s shape.

▼锯齿形的霓虹灯带,details of the zigzag neon light ©Maarten Willemstein

▼底层边桌细部,details of the side table on the ground floor ©Maarten Willemstein


Right above the bar, ceiling lights drop down from acoustic panelling made of rich woven fabric. These hanging lamps trace the length of the interior from the entrance to the very end of the mezzanine level. Illuminated spheres placed on the walls spread a pleasant glow throughout the bar. The warmth of the wooden moulded panelling that traces the entire perimeter is enhanced by the juxtaposition with the darker tone of the ceiling that drops down to define a continuous line around the interior.

▼通往夹层的台阶,steps leading to the mezzanine ©Maarten Willemstein


At the back of Moos a staircase leads to a mezzanine floor. Detailed railing and wooden steps create a line of sight that invites guests to walk up to this intimate space, where two corner booth seats finished with leather and fabric await. To reflect its position above the main area below, the cosy mezzanine has a distinct character created by a combination of tiles, wood and a custom light element (stepped like the zigzag element behind the bar) used for the wall cladding.

▼夹层空间概览,overall of mezzanine space ©Maarten Willemstein


By mixing the traditional – vintage chairs, custom wooden tables, a wooden floor with two different laying patterns, tiles in familiar tones of beige, light brown and pale purple – and the modern – a collection of framed modern photography, tiles in a punchy colour palette of mint, blue and yellow – the mezzanine level couples the warmth of nostalgia with a modern edge.

▼夹层延续了镜面与瓷砖的设计语言,the mezzanine continues the design language of mirror and tiles ©Maarten Willemstein

▼夹层座位区细部,details of the mezzanine seating area ©Maarten Willemstein

▼转角座位与纹理玻璃窗,seating at the corner and the texture glass screen ©Maarten Willemstein


The third and final area (or the first depending on your point of view) is the terrace outside. The interior design concept is translated into outdoor elements in the form of colourful parasols, round awnings and long lines of light bulbs. The perimeter is demarcated by a series of wooden windscreens, with textured glass on the upper part that allows the light through and adds tactility to the screens.

▼外摆区,outdoor terrace ©Maarten Willemstein

▼外摆区细部,details of the outdoor terrace ©Maarten Willemstein


By serving as a bridge between the interior and the neighbourhood, the terrace reinforces Moos’s position as a part of the community. Just like the traditional Amsterdam name the bar was given, Moos is a place rooted in the neighbourhood that embodies the best of the city’s values: a warm welcome and sharp style.

▼夜景,night views ©Maarten Willemstein

▼平面图,plan ©Studio Modijefsky

▼地下层平面图,basement plan ©Studio Modijefsky

Project: Moos
Location: Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Program: Cafe, bar
Assignment: Interior design & Identity design & Branding
Status: Execution
Size: 108,5 m2 interior, 45m2 terrace
Client: 3WO, Joost Lebesque
Design: Studio Modijefsky; Esther Stam, Moene van Werven, Natalia Nikolopoulou, Agnese Pellino, Ivana Stella, Felicia Urena, Blerina Xhigoli
Photography: Maarten Willemstein

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