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Interior design: Ramūnas Manikas
Location: Kaunas, Lietuva
Project year: 2021
Photography: Ramūnas Manikas


The interior of “Kavalierius” cafe in Kaunas is already the second joint work with this customer. The premises are designed similarly to those of the first cafe. A long bar-height table top, small separate tables, one settee and a counter have been designed here, next to the windows. However, the interior style is different if compared to the first cafe. It is modern, in line with today’s trends, interweaving many new interior elements. Rounded lines and shapes, different and expressive surface factures and textures have been used here. There was also a place for a wall drawing. Rounded maple wood beam counter and wall areas, as well as table bases stand out because of a dark brown colour. Variegated terrazzo stone surfaces have given playfulness for the interior. Black tracks and spotlights adapted for them, individually made for this interior, have become the colourful interior accents have. The abundance of all these different elements of space was combined by a common, calming grey-brown colour of the walls and floor. As in the old interior, the new one uses artificial plants, a neon logo sign, grey window frames and orange faux leather.