Since time immemorial, humankind has been preoccupied by inventions, passionate about bringing novelty into the jaded routine of the everyday life. Inventions have given shape to the world we live in. Every day we benefit from the ideas and work of the great inventors. The café has been conceived in a way that to evoke a warm atmosphere with aristocratic and also bourgeois effluences.
It is the kind of café where bygone days inventors were gathering to meet each other and to present their daring inventions.
The prototype machines exhibited around the place have been designed so that to bring to mind famous inventors or science fiction writers of old times. For example, there are the Edison light bulbs, initially devised by the renowned inventor Thomas A. Edison, who used to say “I have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work.”
The bar itself and the back of the bar, an assembly of cogwheels and chains, lights and gears, are devised like a laboratory of an alchemist who is about to find the most close to madness formulas. The front of the bar has the same concept as the pieces of furniture of the café with reference to the Industrial Revolution and steam-powered vehicles such as: trains, ships and airships.