The project’s basic subject was the increase of the kitchen and the hall space, along with the decrease of the disturbing noise in the main hall.
The space was organized in two basic sections: the open kitchen-bar and the main hall with the mezzanine. The kitchen was spatially expanded through its unification with the bar zone. It was also optically expanded through the semi-open metallic façade. The mezzanine’s creation along with the appropriate sitting plan reserved extra space for customers and also a necessary hidden storage. The narrow wooden shutters are placed before sound absorbing panels on the walls and the ceiling is covered with sound absorbing plasterboard and wood. In that way the space’s noise pollution is significantly decreased.
This project is a characteristic example of how practical problems can be solved through the right synthetical choices and materials, so that a cozy and relaxing atmosphere can be achieved, even in a narrow budget.