This Bar In Stuttgart Has Walls Of Glass That Show Off The Wood And Copper Interior

Dittel Architekten
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Dittel Architekten have recently completed the interior design for Eduard’s, a new bar in Stuttgart, Germany, that has glass walls allowing pedestrians to see the bright and welcoming interior.

Large doors welcome you inside where you are greeted by a couple of bars with seating, much like the early days of bar culture.

Hidden lighting under the bar, as well as lights hanging from the ceiling create a luxurious feeling and a warmth to the space.

There’s also window seats that allow people to have a drink and watch the activities outside. The ceiling installation in the 16 foot (5m) high space consists of angular copper rods and eye-catching bulbs.

The walls of the bar have been painted in a simple muted green tone that compliments the wood and copper elements.

One wall has a line of benches that use it as a backrest, while closer to the window, there’s armchairs, both of which look out onto the outdoor patio.

The benches expand into a tiered seating area with steps that allow patrons to climb to the highest level.

At the opposite end of the bar, there’s a small lounge area with a comfortable vintage sofa and armchairs.

In the bathroom, green tiles and a backlit mirror reflect the design choices in the main bar.

This Bar In Stuttgart Has Walls Of Glass That Show Off The Wood And Copper Interior

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