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Bar Raval Toronto: Art Nouveau Meets Intoxicating Design in Sculpted Mahogany!

Toronto’s Little Italy district has a brand new hangout that offers much more than a few drinks and some tasty delights. The exquisite Bar Raval Toronto by Partisans acts as a surreal and sensational stage for chef Grant van Gameren and renowned mixologist Mike Webster to showcase their skills and wow their customers, much like the interior of the bar itself! Crafted from sculpted mahogany, the bar transports you into an entirely different world that is draped in wood and metal, and brings together the compositional beauty of the contemporary world with the eclectic charm of Spanish Art Nouveau. And it does so in a truly magnificent manner!

Stunning interior of Bar Raval Toronto draped in CNC'd mahogany

Computer-driven patterns were mimicked using wood that seems to twist, turn and flow, shaping a backdrop that comes alive thanks to brilliant lighting. Spread across 1,980 square feet, the various pieces that shape the interior were inspired by an ingenious fusion of “formal histories of art nouveau, the plethora of cured slabs of meat, and the anatomy of the chefs themselves: a tattooed muscle bound group of intellectuals”. If that is not interesting enough, the fluidity of the design along with an interesting play between light and shadows takes the entire ambiance to a whole new level.

It truly is a place where you see and experience Toronto’s night life in an entirely different light!

Exquisite wooden detailing and sensational lighting shape the interior of the bar

Flowing curves and interesting motifs shape the interior of the bar

Ingenious design of Bar Raval inspired by the curious culinary world

Futuristic design meets wooden magic inside Bar Raval Toronto

CNC'd mahogany turns the bar walls into works of art

Captivating design of the bar draws you in instantly

The wood supports the most dynamic state-of-the-art technologies and systems in the industry. The metallic lingerie that shrouds the windows, giving the passer-by only a flirtation with what lies within, is a metaphor for all the mystery that Toronto’s culinary and design worlds have to offer.

Bar Raval Toronto steals the show with its CNC'd mahogany interior

Tasty delights and intoxicating design await at Bar Raval

Night life in Toronto gets a sensational new hangout at Bar Raval

Bar Raval sets the stage for some of the best mixologists on the planet

Metal and wood combine to shape the captivating new Bar Raval in Toronto

Sherry Nothingam
Sherry is a blogger who loves to live her life to the fullest. She enjoys everything associated with design, décor and stylish modern trends. Born in California, Sherry has grown up on open ranches and in a wild setting, which has defined her taste for design and developed her interest in examining how structures and homes interact with the beauti[...]

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