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Joben Bistro: fascination of steampunk style

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Joben Bistro: fascination of steampunk style

Do you think there are parallel worlds? Well, we have found that kind of world at Joben Bistro, a fascinating steampunk universe worthy of Jules Verne and HG Wells imagination, a place where the laws of physics and time, seem not to exist. The imagination and creativity invested in this bistro belong to the designers Alexander Tohotan and Zelenyak Zoltan, founders of The 6th Sense company from Cluj Napoca, Romania. The two designers have combined in a harmonious manner, to balance the abundant details with the entire, first steampunk ingredients with elements of industrial design. Along by these abundant presences of steampunk and industrial, we encounter a moderate participation of some classical elements that come warm the atmosphere.

The space, made on a concrete structure is divided into three rooms, with walls of apparent brick, teased here and there with slatted wood and decorated with various metal parts and metallic gears specific to steampunk genre and with pipes and copper tubes in industrial style. Because the name of the bar is Joben (Topper Hat), the lampshades lighting are shaped as top hats. All the lighting system that has in its component and LED strips that can change their color, can be controlled by remote control being adjustable in order to give a special note to the place and highlight the decorations. The 6th Sense designers have done an excellent job placing the Joben Bistro on the steampunk map, as a place worth visiting. Well done! Via The 6th sense. If you like steampunk style, you can find more information about it on the article named Truth Coffee.

 

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