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Restaurant Loeweneck Design Concept by Dyer – Smith Frey

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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.

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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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