This is what a breathable cocktail bar looks like
Even the craziest drink you've ever had doesn't get close to the ones served at this bar.
The concept of Alcoholic Architecture comes from the English Bompass & Parr studio, which according to its website "leads in flavour-based experience design, culinary research, architectural installations and contemporary food design."
The bar consists in a Victorian basement in London, where you will be able to walk through clouds of cocktails that you can breathe in.
The creators' website describes the installation as follows:
"In this fully immersive alcohol environment - the cloud is entirely composed of fine spirits and mixer at a ratio of 1:3 and made using powerful humidifiers to super-saturate the air - alcohol enters the bloodstream through primarily the lungs but also the eyeballs."
Here is a gallery of photos showing what it looks like, outside and inside:
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