Restaurant Loeweneck Design Concept by Dyer – Smith Frey

Fresh ethnic motif – Aztec prints, on a wall draws attention to this new restaurant by design – duo Dyer – Smith Frey, when you get in, a new art motif attracts your attention – beautiful woman’s face on the wall of the basement.

Untreated wood, elements of tin, concrete and white tiles characterize the aesthetics. Benches with Aztec prints as well as the graphically designed bar – counter made of raw wood are custom – made and create a comfortable and spacious feel. Elegant ceiling lights, bar lighting from old Eddison Bulbs and chairs from the Swiss manufacturer Horgenglarus and Xemei stool – link the new and the old, providing the guests its special charm. The made to measure Bench with Aztec pattern is a fresh, strong highlight. The custom made graphical counter, made of roughly sawn oak with tin sheet creates the centre of the restaurant.

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