Exposed, restored, or painted, these brick-and-mortar walls command attention.
Danish 1950s and 1960s furniture fits right in with the curved dining room.
The Apparatus Room restaurant retained the existing glazed brick tiles. Brand-new, however, is a banquette niche’s elaborate custom pendant fixture.
A new glass-and-steel dome tops the existing stone tower, now a private dining room.
The team added plasters to the bricks to achieve an aged effect, reflected in mirrored copper sheets across parts of the ceiling.
Floors of black slate contrast with walls of glazed ceramic brick.
Sunshine from the industrial ribbon windows reach the lower level while preserving a central volume with a 23-foot-high cathedral ceiling.
Tom Froese illustrations hang on painted brick dating to the 19th century.
The bar consists of just 390 square feet tucked under a brick arch of the S-Bahn rail viaduct.
16th-century stone walls and brick arches surround contemporary dining cubes in fir.
The Western fusion restaurant and teahouse lives in a 19th-century former villa.
Phenolic resin lines the bowling lanes in the brick-walled 1960s venue.
The workroom’s glazed brick walls were re-pointed and cleaned and the concrete floor sealed and polished.
Throughout the 2,500 square feet, translucent polycarbonate paneling is backed by color-changing RGB LED strips.
The entry's contemplative journey progresses through brick-lined passageways and up staircases.