Located in the basement of a tenement house in Poznan, Poland, the Źródło.bar is a brand-new whisky bar on one of the most popular streets in the city center. This part of the city for a long time was abandoned and in a bad condition. A few years ago a group of people decided to start revitalization of the street and with a help from the City Council now it’s a most vivid place on the city map.
Źródło (ang. Source) was designed by Adam Wiercinski Architekt. Main idea was to reduce use of ready - made products and preserve original look of the place: original brick and wooden - brick floors and to add the new, independent structure.
Subtle, graphite colours are mixed with the orange accents. In the main room there’s made of steel boxed bar and seating and storage for bottles. Seating is a roller with backrest made with deep green eco-leather.
In the second room there’s another steel element - frame construction with seats connected together.
During the summer, some of parking spaces on the street are turned into cafe gardens. One belongs to Źródło.bar. Thanks to this, you can feel vivid atmosphere and the pulse of the city sitting on a chair and sipping the finest whisky.