Fleischerei Bar by Michael Grzesiak, Leipzig – Germany

January 18th, 2014 by retail design blog

Cows, pigs and sheep look down from the reverse painted glass panels onto the ornamental tiled ‘Fleischerei Bar’. The hundred year old butchers’ shop by Leipzig-based Michael Gzesiak is transformed into a highly ornate bar. The interior design tries to preserve the charm and patina from the already aesthetically dense space with its original Villeroy & Boch ceramic tiles.

The massive oak bar acts as the focal point, reflecting on the prevailing square theme. A long bench covered with laths of ash is integrated as a pure linear form along the main wall. The wooden elements break with the cold butchery atmosphere turning it into a pleasant environment to eat, drink and stay.

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