The 140m2 large space d’Burger place is located in Woop! trampoline park building and opened its doors in 2018. The Prostornina team planned both, the interior of d’Burger and the park, and ensured that they visually connect and complement each other.
The bar is located in the corner of the building and the outer wall is made completely out of glass. D’Burger place offers delicious burgers and craft beers. Their burgers are baked on a special “lava” grill, which creates a real “smoked” smoke and additionally spices the meat.
Restaurant interior design
Facility type: Public facilities
Client: TRIPLAN d.o.o.
Location: Ljubljana, Slovenia
Surface area: 140 m2
Photographer: Janez Marolt
Interior design: Nina Galič inter. arch., Nina Bohte dipl. diz., Ana Jerše univ. dipl. inž. arh.
The best quality food deserves to be served in style. Interior designers created a pleasant and hip space in an industrial style, which is also suitable for larger groups and gatherings.
Concrete floors and walls, visible installations, nets, pipes and other metal elements of the interior create an industrial interior design style. The furniture made of tinted oak wood and a custom-made chesterfield bench in camel colour tone create a homely and pleasant warm feeling in the space. Small and cute cacti in wooden flower pots bring some nature and freshness into the interior.
UNIQUE FURNITURE ELEMENTS
Many furnishing pieces are custom made and are unique. The tables are made of oak wood and metal. High tables with frames and bar stools were designed specifically for d’Burger place. A special feature is a custom-made and manufactured counter made of sheet metal, copper rivets, solid oak wood and mesh with a built-in digital menu. The wall lights behind the upholstered bench are custom designed and made of metal plumbing pipes. Bar tables are illuminated with light bulbs on cables, wrapped around the metal frame. Ceiling lighting is installed in the suspended ceiling and in perforated metal meshes. A special element of the interior is also the unique wall clock in the shape of a burger, created in collaboration with the young artist Nejc Zajc, reminding us that there is ALWAYS BURGER O’CLOCK!
Carpentry: Mizarstvo Marija Jagodic s.p.
Metal work: Ključavničarstvo Marjan Golob s.p.
Upholstered bench: Kauch, Tapetništvo Luka Debevec s.p.