Goldener Pudel restaurant by roomcode, Nuremberg – Germany

November 27th, 2013 by retail design blog

The “Goldener Pudel” opened downtown Nuremberg, in the vicinity of the Germanic National Museum. Funky, young, authentic and a breeze of „trash“ were the specifications of the client. Loft or more
intimate atmosphere – in this suspense, a contrast is found. Clear lines, a uniform and smooth surface put the idea into scene and give a modern touch. As a space defining element metal plates, in different sizes and colors, were installed. By the construction in a bow a visual and functional element was formed, which stretches the room and improves the acoustic.

Furthermore, the middle seat element was put to a cozy room height, the technology was hidden behind it and the room got visually stretched. For the indoor climate the walls were covered with clay plaster, straw and grass. This is creating an exciting and lively surface, when grazing light falls over. The dark colored solid wood flooring and the comfortable seating invite visitors to stay. The restaurant presents the air of down-to-earthiness as well as open-mindedness, it shows itself sincere and authentic and welcomes the guests.

Designed by roomcode

About roomcode
In 2007, Gerhard Wittl opened the doors of roomcode, the interior architecture bureau, which ever since has successfully been nationally and internationally engaged in the field of building design. Our range of expertise covers the entire spectrum of interior architectural design—including hotels, restaurants, administrative offices, trade shows, retail space, law offices, medical facilities, residential, product design, and luxury interiors. Close cooperation and expert support for all your construction projects are our trademarks. Our services generally go beyond performance mandates set by HOAI (Fee structures for architects and design engineers). In short: Greater Satisfaction. Greater Economy. More Reliability. Cost-efficient planning and execution. Those are the main interests of our clientele. They also happen to coincide with the goals we set for ourselves.










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