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    MEATless is a project about high quality meat that is cooked right before your eyes. There is some kind of symbiosis in the interior - harmonious… Read More
    MEATless is a project about high quality meat that is cooked right before your eyes. There is some kind of symbiosis in the interior - harmonious combination of impressive, constructive and sometimes rough elements (the cage where our kitchen and bar are located) and aesthetic, "elegant" parts of our own production (mirrors with prints, lamps). Post-consumer chairs and furniture are brought from the UK. Particular attention is the wall of meat grinders - a favorite weapon of our grandmothers - a symbol and tribute to the process of creating delicious homemade stuffing! We wanted to create true, vivid and sincere place, without fakes and decorations. We believe that meat is one of the most honest products as its taste is a guarantee of the quality. Read Less
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MEATless is a project about high quality meat that is cooked right before your eyes. 
There is some kind of symbiosis in the interior - harmonious combination of impressive, constructive and sometimes rough elements (the cage where our kitchen and bar are located) and aesthetic, "elegant" parts of our own production (mirrors with prints, lamps). Post-consumer chairs and furniture are brought from the UK. Particular attention is the wall of meat grinders - a favorite weapon of our grandmothers - a symbol and tribute to the process of creating delicious homemade stuffing! We wanted to create true, vivid and sincere place, without fakes and decorations.
We believe that meat is one of the most honest products as its taste is a guarantee of the quality.
Credits: Interior & Branding concept by Bureau Bumblebee
Creative Director: Alina Pimkina Production Director: Olesya Shebetova 
Senior Architect: Ilya Mozgunov Architects: Denis Kleimenov, Andrej Lebedev 3D: Misha Saprykin & team
Creative Designer: Igor Hrupin
Technical Designer: Konstantin Kuzin
Photo by Nikita Kryuchkov