Duality in architecture the spirit of the space!

Put together by Pari Syal Photography: Courtesy the architect

Intro: Design practice Ippoliti Fleitz Group redesign a caf in Stuttgart suburb Ostfildern like a multi-dimensional, full-of-beans space serving varying situations during the day…

Copy: Bar, bistro, stage… Caf Pause, since it’s title indicates revitalizes a person’s senses, very quickly planning one for just about any type of hospitality experience. Using the evolution of ways that one perceives a person’s entertainment and eating out options, the brand new caf provides a dynamic spatial configuration that may be modified to some bar scenario an active performance – planned and impromptu – music or cabaret a household diner… et al.

Already a well known place in the middle of town, the remodeled eatery spells high-finish in the start! Its sophisticated interior combines modernity having a cosy feel to make sure that it may address an extensive target group.

Utilizing a central bar in mind, various seating choices are arranged around it, creating pockets of atmosphere that may be easily merged right into a complete happy affair in the drop of the hat.

Although the diner-style seating niches across the street window having a more intimate character, the bar tables and much more freely aligned seating in the opposite finish represent a wide open coffeehouse-style atmosphere. Probably the most striking element is acircumferential, upholstered bench that includes two existing posts within the center from the space. The disposable seating across the faades could be gone to live in make space for any temporary stage reely the best way to the terrace in summer time.

The palette is warm, homely and simplified with white-colored maritime pine boards as wall cladding and shelving. Whitened marble and brass strips occur concrete produce a juxtaposition of ideas because they take center stage in the bar, while a rear wall of blue and ochre tiles provides the space its overall colour plan.

This spatial versatility using its atmospherically-contained mood-driven design includes and reinterprets such classic coffeehouse elements as brass and wood panelling. somekeyword