Pauly restaurant by Meissl Architects, Seefeld in Tyrol – Austria

July 19th, 2017 by retail design blog

How to catch the italian mood in the alps
There are only some essential ingredients to prepare italian food and similarly the location for „Pauly“ was designed by MEISSL Architects ZT-GmbH.

Aperitivo: A small location in the center of Seefeld in Tirol, Austria
Antipasti: Friendship of Gastronomer couple and Architects
Primi Piatti: Addiction to italian savour and lifestyle
Secondi Piatti: The colours of green Olives versus the clean white tiling of the bar
Contorni: Terrazzo, Wallpapers, lights and seatings
Dessert: Native italian cooks and sole truly italian (hand)made and imported victuals

Behind the scenes there has been the intention to create a small restaurant where you can catch a „real piece of Italy“. Meissl Architects decided to combine a straight bar and buffet with a semi-open kitchen-counter with all frontsides are covered with white tiles.

The shelves for glasses and bottles are made of black steel. The surface of Terrazzo floors partly go over to cupboards and partition walls. In the second part you get seated at black tables with golden edges, surrounded by curtains and drapes which show the colours and nuances of green Olives. Charming addition are wallpapers and other individual items like mirrors or reader´s corner to complete the homey feeling.

Design: Meissl Architects
Photography: Birgit Koell

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