Modern Restaurant in a Building Located in the Heart of Munich, Germany
By Magaly • Sep 14, 2017
This modern Bar is located in a post-war modernist building in the heart of Munich, Germany. The old building was built in 1975 by architects Sep Ruf and Theo Papst to replace a castle belonging to the Bavarian Duke Wilhelm V, built at the end of the 16th century, and which was later devastated in World War II. It was redesigned, however, in 2016 by the architectural firm Build Inc. Architects.
One of the hardest challenges they faced was working in a venerated building, as they wished to balance their desire to respect and highlight the existing structure with their intent to meet the quality and high standard set by the gastronomic spaces of our contemporary world.
The bar is divided into different flowing sections such as a lounge, a restaurant, and a bar area.
The Herzog Bar wanted to be understood within the context of postwar modernity, while maintaining the preserved architecture of the building.
It has magnificent outdoor and indoor areas. Wooden terraces are conditioned for the enjoyment of guests, and its wonderful and elegant interior is decorated in dark tones and reflects a high level of elegance and sobriety.
The prominence of black, alongside gold for the details, creates a fine and refined effect.
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