Two Minds, One Result: A Different Kind of Bistro

In a time when we are too busy and always on the run, bistros have become a solution adopted by most people. According to the preferences, you can choose whatever you want, a more traditional bistro or a modern one from the wide range of places. For example, the Green Bistro in the Lengermann & Trieschmann department store, located in Osnabruck, Germany seems to be a very good option. Nothing compares to the modern atmosphere created by the interesting lines of the design, work of two important names in the field, Siddik Erdogan & Jorn Frohlich.

They  transformed the natural shapes into a source of inspiration, which led to a lack of sharp edges. The plan was to build a sustainable modern place, which could provide healthy green food and the result proved to be a success, an innovative bistro with functional parts: food displays, tray shelves, benches and tables.

The white chairs and tulip tables perfectly complete an already welcoming design with an original ceiling that seems to belong to a fantastic world. In fact, the ceiling with its interesting shape is  the first thing that draws your attention when you enter this place, while the rest seems to add naturally. Only together, all tehse elements can create this functional space with an incredibly pleasant atmosphere in tones of white and brown. If we take into consideration the fact that every little thing was individually created and mounted in order to fit the overall look, we can say that the result is the perfect image of originality and modernity.



Published by in Interiors, on August 19th, 2011

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