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Einstein & Associates completes 3rd Avenue in Jakarta

by Sophie Cullen on Feb 29, 2016 in Interiors
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Located in the well-known Senopati district of Indonesia’s capital, 3rd Avenue by Einstein & Associates is the newest restaurant and bar in Jakarta

The whiskey bar and lounge has been designed as a modern high-class destination in the heart of the central business district. Thanks to its positioning, the rooftop of 3rd Avenue offers magnificent skyline views for patrons as they enjoy the ambience of the interiors.

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Entrance is through a long corridor and dark staircase with copper ceiling tiles and staircase railings. Inside the bar, the long wooden triangle ceiling pattern and wine shelf with brass detailing welcomes guests, along with two crystal chandeliers. The space is divided into two main areas: the long bar and the lounge.

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A herringbone-patterned textured wood floor has been used in both the spaces, which helps to guide guests to the sofa lounge. The leather sofa serves to act as a divider of the two main areas, and helps to add a certain masculine quality to the interiors. This quality is heightened in the long bar by black steel with copper plating as an accent. In the lounge area, a mural of Audrey Hepburn has been created with intricately positioned mosaic tiles.

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