‘The 1920s art deco style ceiling tiles have copper finishing’, Einstein & Associates

‘The 1920s art deco style ceiling tiles have copper finishing’, Einstein & Associates

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Dirty Laundry, SCBD – Jakarta – Indonesia; Leo Einstein Franciscus, Einstein & Associates

28-min

28-min
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photographs: Leo Einstein Franciscus, Einstein & Associates

Dirty Laundry, designed by Leo Einstein Franciscus of Einstein & Associates is a lounge and bar in Bottega Ristorante. The interior concept still has a connection in the art deco style just like the restaurant, but Dirty Laundry uses darker colors and copper materials, while Bottega Ristorante uses brass materials. The wood panels are deeper, a walnut color; the wood used on the floor is ebony color; and the 1920s art deco style ceiling tiles have copper finishing. Wine rack with wood paneling is given copper detail and rivets, crystal wall lamps on the wood panels as accent, and tealight chandelier brass lamps with art deco design.

Dirty Laundry is divided into two areas, the lounge and the bar. The focal point is the bar with copper accents everywhere you see. The guests are guided to the bar upon entering the lounge.  The bar is dominated with copper and walnut wood panels.

Dirty laundry also uses 1920 art deco ceiling tiles, but in copper. The floor uses black and white hexagonal mosaic tiles, mixed with ebony hardwood floor. The walls are accented with patterned ceramic tiles with copper plate. The sofa’s color is mint green to light up the otherwise rather dark atmosphere. The symmetry designs between Dirty Laundry and Bottega Ristorante’s ceiling connects two areas together. When the restaurant and lounge opens, the door partition slides into one side and the two areas mixed like they are one right from the start. Linearly, sofa booths in both areas and the floor patterns becomes one.

fact sheet

  • project : Dirty Laundry
  • location: Fairgrounds, Lot 14, SCBD – Jakarta – Indonesia
  • architects & interior designer : Einstein & Associates
  • principal architect : Leo Einstein Franciscus
  • total floor area : 150-sq.m
  • dt of completion :  May 2017