In its latest Wroclaw project – a true urban bar – local BUCK.STUDIO created a full immersion into the American street-life culture of the 90’s.
Biggy, a 165-sq-m restaurant, is characterized by an explosion of primary colors, steel mesh frames and wall tile patterning.
Biggy combines the casual vibes of the street food it serves with the simple geometry of basic square wall tiles and the rigid rhythm of the steel mesh frames. The interior is dominated by a palette of primary saturated colors, inspired by 90’s street style. The colors are used from floor to ceiling, creating a colorful, vibrant and flashy interior.
Due to the longitudinal nature of the space, the metal mesh partitions became the spatial leitmotiv organizing the interior. The screens demarcate the different zones, separating a more intimate sit-down section from counters with tripod stools. This arrangement emphasizes the casual, young atmosphere of the place.
Walls are decorated with neon signs designed by Lukasz Wojciechowski with unusual and funny quips – ‘Cheesus walks with me’, “You wanna pizza me?” and ‘Legalise marinara’. Brilliant slogans are complemented by catchy hip-hop music and a vintage video game machine ready for the customers to use.