Vondom is known for its versatile and fresh furniture designs, and the new D3 Lounge is using them to great effect both indoors and out.
The new cocktail bar in Puerto de Alcudia in the Balearic Islands in Spain, is a multipurpose venue designed by J. David Martinez Jofre of Minimal Studio. The designer’s main objective was to maintain and accentuate the building’s original design – a large triangular-shaped box – and it is characterised by strong lines, acute angles and robust materials.
A triangle forms the shape of the space, as well as the core features. Jofre used the scalene triangle, with its three unequal sides, to integrate components with the existing architecture. This includes the large central bar, suspended bottle rack and DJ booth projecting from an interior wall. Black countertops highlight the lines and sharp corners of these triangular features.
A white and black colour palette against grey-coloured materials befits the industrial style. The bottle rack is suspended with iron chains, and the concrete ceiling, pipes and ducts are exposed. Black furniture inside adds to the robustness of the space, while white furniture outside is a lighter choice for the terrace.
Both indoors and out, Mari Sol tables are paired with Wall Street chairs and stools. Designed by Eugeni Quitllet, they demonstrate Vondom’s exceptional attention to strong lines and clean forms, much like the design of D3 Lounge.
The Wall Street chairs and stools are lightweight and made of 100-per cent recyclable polyethylene. Mari Sol has a cast aluminum base coated with epoxy baked painting, and an HPL or glass top available as fixed or collapsible. Different colour options include red, black, white, steel, ecru, pistachio, sand, blue, mostaza and bronze.