There had been a house and an almost 200 years old wine cellar on the same plot since the 19 90s. We had to take these circumstances into consideration when setting up appropriate rooms for hosting events and operating a restaurant. The walls of the cellar are covered by climbing plants. On the basis of this, I envisioned a terrace which involves the green and invites it into an inner space. I would have liked to create a construction of steel, glass and wood which sets the mood being spectacular, and bears some resemblance to greenhouses and orangeries.
This way, the plan actually lies upon a fusion of marketing and architectural basis, but relies on the existing potentials and conditions. I changed the original windows of the cellar for flat glass windows in steel frames in order to let more light into the restaurant from which visitors can see the wine cellar as well. The simplicity of the furnishing was an important aspect because of the convertibility: the restaurant is not permanently serving, but a catering one, so creation of rooms for a wedding with a personal touch was quite important.