What has a bakery and a laboratory for art in common? The Studio InteriorPark. design concept was based on this question. The radical new interpretation of the existing structure was realized by reusing all materials found on site.
REDUCE. REUSE. RECYCLE.
The rustic wooden installations of the former sales room from the 60s/70s were removed and the space was restored to its shell. As one of the companies sustainablility criterias, Studio InteriorPark. went for the concept under the motto: Reduce. Reuse. Recycle.
“And the upholstery is made of baking paper – the InteriorPark, which specializes in sustainable concepts. Planners have recycled the entire inventory … a nice balance between plush café and art laboratory “
Amber Sayah, Stuttgarter Zeitung
Individual “refined” quotations, however, remind of the original use. For instance the seating elements of used shelves installed in the shop windows with their seats made of plaited bakery paper.
The connected café was design as an experimental site for photography, installations and performances. The café area is in clear contrast to the room at the front. Here the customer is taking a time journey back to the 1960s. The wood paneling on the walls and the ceilings have been conserved and emphasized with champagne-gold joints.