The LAX Bar is an art installation inspired by the Loos Bar in Vienna, a famous American-style bar designed by the famous architect Adolf Loos in the early 1900s.
During an artist residency in Los Angeles, Ute Müller, Christoph Meier, Robert Schwarz and Lukas Stopczynski-met formed a collective. The team of artists found the idea of recreating the famous bar as a temporary place interesting. The interiors were covered with white ceramic tiles, inspired by French artist Jean-Pierre Raynaud, known for covering entire houses with white square tiles.
LAX Bar has been enriched with mirrors, which create an illusory space for visitors:
“When the door of this inconspicuous building opens, visitors, like Alice in Wonderland, fall into a sort of rabbit hole”.
The ‘LAX Bar’ focuses on “an apparently simple design that underlines the pure impact of the white
Check out the bar’s website here.