Rise and Shine: Bayerischer Hof's Breakfast Room by Jouin Manku

At Dachgarten at the Luxus Hotel Bayerischer Hof in Munich, Jouin Manku sculpted the dining room’s alcove walls from concrete composite, then covered them in plaster. Photography by Nicolas Mathéus.

The lounge’s custom furnishings mix leather, American walnut, and limestone. Photography by Nicolas Mathéus.

Walnut and glass-composite paneling alternate in the entry. Photography by Nicolas Mathéus.

A wool-nylon and a polyester cover a feature wall in the lounge. Photography by Nicolas Mathéus.

Stacking chairs in stainless steel and leather meet a walnut-veneered table in the dining room. All are custom.Photography by Nicolas Mathéus.

Custom porcelain tile forms a ring at the base of the chimney in the lounge.Photography by Nicolas Mathéus.

The servery’s copper hoods contain copper-mesh sleeves that descend to transform the buffet islands into vitrines for art objects. Photography by Nicolas Mathéus.

In the dining room, folding flaps transform the custom tables’ solid-surfacing tops from smaller squares to larger circles. Photography by Nicolas Mathéus.

Walnut-veneered pedestals with built-in pistons raise and lower the mirrored tops of custom tables in the lounge. Photography by Nicolas Mathéus.

The dining room connects directly to the Blue Spa by Andrée Putman.Photography by Nicolas Mathéus.

Alcoves’ plaster folds conceal LED fixtures.Photography by Nicolas Mathéus.

Stools in the lounge are production pieces by Patrick Jouin ID, a separate firm. Photography by Nicolas Mathéus.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Nicolas Mathéus.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Nicolas Mathéus.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Nicolas Mathéus.

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