A holistic approach including brand identity and interior design. The brass and neon design in Bubu’s logo underlines the different usage of the space by day and night. The interior was created in a transformable approach to provide the different needs of a restaurant, cafe, bar and entertainment.

Venue design includes reflections of 90’s pop culture. While the colorful and fun atmosphere of the 90’s shows itself indoors, this approach has been modernized both in order not to be dominant and exaggeration for daytime users and to bring the general perception of the place closer to today and to give a more elegant angle. The interior was handled with a convertible design in order to create the perception of a café-bar where white-collar people stand out with the restaurant service at noon, to have a pleasant time and chat in the evening, and to create a complete entertainment venue at night.

  • Architecture
  • Interior Design
  • Corporate Identity
  • Concept Design
  • Furniture Design


The corporate identity we designed for BZJ factory is used in BZJ store located in…