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From simple timber, light spruce, are benches, tables, a Bar, a square stool, a Pergola created. A fence to the river, the Mümling, opposed to the bright green wood letters that form the word "Brücke7". It is the Name of the new restaurant, a mixture of bar and beer garden. There's food Bowls, Falafel, and Hummus, the chef used to be urban in Johann Lafer behind the stove, the Whole thing seems improvised, casual,. One can well imagine that a place like this, it will be overrun as soon as he's in Berlin-Kreuzberg, in the Hamburg district of Ottensen, or in Offenbach, take the time to go from the first day. But in the tranquil town of Odenwald, Erbach town? There is such a gay bar is a Gamble. And the architecture, which acts only once, as it would have been for a hip art festival conceived, a fortiori.
Pop-up beer garden planned
Kerstin Schultz and Werner Schulz the transformation of the wasteland between the Erbacher Old and new town, around the former Inn "Zur Traube", in a Pop-up beer garden is planned. Liquid architects, the office established by the two in 1998 in Darmstadt, Germany is. To ensure that you know how to use empty stands that you can develop for places that happen to many once inhospitable, creative solutions, you will be known. And also to ensure that you have a soft spot for the rural regions that supply the province with unusual architecture. To show that even in the Land of Unusual may be caused is a concern. "Innovative buildings only in the city a Chance, that is simply not true," says Kerstin Schultz.
In the garden of the new beer garden tells the fifty-two years of it, in what a short time the project came to be. Until late last fall, the owner of the property, the chef, Chris Keylock and Liquid architects have come together. The summer bar will be a throw for the ages, was fixed quickly. Try something, to improvise, the place and its history, not erase, not broken, to renovate: That was the architect from the beginning is important.Updated Date: 28 June 2020, 05:20