Mây House

Mây House is a unique bistro inspired by the concept of upcycling. Its interior is defined by a striking rattan cloud, symbolizing both the Vietnamese word for rattan and a cloud. Josef ?ehák of Postrop studio drew inspiration from TON's classic 811 chairs, which feature a rattan weave.

Collaborating with NAHAKU, a studio specializing in upcycling, the cloud was crafted using remnants from chair production. The design also incorporates lampshades made from printer toner cartridges and a Logs coat hook made from wood offcuts.

Contrasting straight lines and curves define the interior, with ash wood and soft color highlights. The unique layout mimics the overhead cloud, providing both communal and private seating for over 80 guests. The two-story bistro offers a bustling ground floor and a serene first-floor view into the open kitchen, with distinctive lighting as a focal point.

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