Modern Architecture – Grey Goose Bar: Brussels (6 photos)


Whenever I go out, Grey Goose seems to be one of the most popular drinks, especially by the ladies. In this post, we travel to Grey Goose's headquarters in Brussels, Belgium to check out their new, fully operating bar recently competed by Antwerp designers, Puresang.

Grey Goose asked Puresang to create a high-roller drinking environment that could also be used as a meeting room. As a result, they got a modern looking bar that features atmospheric lighting, blue, triangular mirror-tiles, along with a glossy conference table to do their “business.” Kinda neat to see where the people that get us drunk, get drunk.


via dezeen

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