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    RED Pif Restaurant & Wine Shop by Aulik Fiser Architekti // Prague.

    4th December

    Few things in life excite me more than seeing architects and designers thinking about places they design – taking their time to distill the essence of their client, the context, the purpose of the space etc, before setting out to package all of their thinking into a beautiful, elegant and cohesive interior. I truly believe these types of spaces have the ability to move people, or at least make them feel something, even if those people may not be massive design tragics such as myself. These interiors simply feel right, make sense, and people want to spend time in them. In other words – they are the shit! Enter RED Pif…




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