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Bar, Howard Plaza


The bar is a made of folds and pleats in corten steel that create a counter top, display spaces in the back wall located in junction of the Y- shapes hotel building that has the best view of the city. It sits under a disc that was primarily planned to be a helipad in the 1990's but never got aviation clearance. After picking up a drink from here, one can choose to sit on the roof deck with either a view of the Taj Mahal or hover over the main city streets looking outwards into the horizon and sunsets.

The translation of design and its identity is reflected in every detail including the logo. The brand identity also appears on the menu, entrances and other prominent locations in the city that creates a unique identity of the project, in an attempt to add a new language to the city’s existing culture.

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