In a historic Krakow tenement house in the heart of the old town, not far from the Main Market Square, there is Relaks – a cult place on the cultural map of the city with a characteristic style referring to the 1970s.
There are many sources of diffused light in the premises, Tom Dixon sconces shine like a flame on the walls, as well as a red lamp at the entrance – a model pattern of the 60s. The bar on an arched plan is made of green agglomarble, it was created as a tribute to the design of the 60s and 70s, and thus to the old decor of the premises. All these elements were made in cooperation with local craftsmen. Relax offers an original selection of craft beers, and during the day a small but carefully compiled breakfast and lunch menu.
Photography by Pion Studio