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A Secret Speakeasy Hidden Behind A Vending Machine Within A Sandwich Shop
By Loke Shi Ying, 17 Jan 2015
In the dense city of Shanghai, China, architect Alberto Caiola has designed an inconspicuous speakeasy that’s hidden behind a vending machine at The Press, a street-facing sandwich shop.
The speakeasy is called Flask, and it is a clandestine cocktail lounge with an entrance tucked behind a vintage Coca-Cola vending machine.
Once inside Flask, one is transported into an entirely different world of whiskey, minimal lighting, dark wooden fixtures and LED lights.
Together, the unconventional concept of Flask and The Press juxtaposes light and dark, elegance and funkyness, personal and playful.
For more details on Flask and The Press, visit the project page.
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