As a jazz restaurant/bar, the space was designed with harmonious physical & visual interactions in mind. There needed to be interesting dynamics & plays between the performers on stage and the various corners of the venue. Different seating areas, each with their particular functions, were created following a rather rational & Cartesian process.
A formal dining area stretches down the entire left side wall, while an elongated bar takes over the entire facing right side wall. In the center, directly facing the stage, low-seating allows customers to enjoy the performance more intently, while high tables a little further back, perfect for side conversations, are integrated into the library rack. And finally, 3 “love-bird cages”, surrounded by greenery, not only offer a more intimate & sensual experience, but are also considered the best seats in the house, as they enjoy a straight, unobstructed view of the entire space, while still maintaining a certain private cache.
An atmosphere inspired by the world of David Lynch in "Blue Velvet",using a variety of felted textures and a mysterious dimmed light.