The extension has a long, finger-like form, with each table dotted along the length and having its own intimate environment. Each table unit has a curved backdrop and a sash window to create a private space that’s open to the outdoors. This solution was recognized as optimal both for the experience of the guests, as well as the catering staff.
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The façade is clad in large pieces of reflective metal that mistily reflect the restaurant’s surroundings. Clear surfaces are mixed with blurred sections of the façade, creating a striking visual effect. The restaurant also features a green roof that brings back a more natural counterpoint to the design and that is gently contrasted by the sleek appearance of the extension.
+ PPAG Architects
Images by Helmut Pierer