Oberlaa甜品屋位于维也纳的Neuer Markt广场，是一栋公寓楼，BWM Architekten事务所将其一二层扩建成玻璃建筑，用作甜品店。柔和的室内装修与甜点的色彩相呼应，营造出舒适的氛围。
Another long-standing, revered Austrian brand in BWM Architekten’s portfolio is the Oberlaa Confectionery. Over the past few months the town house on Vienna’s Neuer Markt square was completely redesigned and extended to include a two-storey conservatory. The new interior’s pastel colour scheme corresponds with the subtle colours of the iconic sweet treats and creates a cosy atmosphere.
▼项目外观© BWM Architekten / Severin Wurnig
最近，在国际著名建筑设计奖ICONIC AWARDS 2020中，该项目获得“Winner”的奖项。事务所在维也纳霍夫堡宫设计的作品House of Austrian History获得“Selection”的奖项。
This project was recently honoured at the internationally renowned design and architecture competition ICONIC AWARDS 2020, where BWM Architekten took away the prize in the “Winner” category. Their design of the House of Austrian History, located in Vienna’s Hofburg, was also distinguished and won a prize in the “Selection” category.
▼从外部看向室内，柔和的室内装修© BWM Architekten / Severin Wurnig
view from the exterior to the interior，pastel colour scheme
▼甜品台，dessert bar © BWM Architekten / Severin Wurnig
▼旋转楼梯，spiral staircase © BWM Architekten / Severin Wurnig
▼就餐区，dining area © BWM Architekten / Severin Wurnig
Figlmüller is the first point of call for both tourists and locals when it comes to original Viennese cuisine that is steeped in tradition while keeping with the times. It is famous the world over for its Wiener Schnitzel. The restaurant’s appearance reflects this interplay between tradition and innovation, between the old and the new.
▼项目概览© BWM Architekten / Severin Wurnig
It was extended to include the entire ground floor of the neighbouring building, thereby bringing its total floor area to 450m2 with seating for 250 guests. BWM connected the new and original parts of the restaurant by breaking through the walls. The openings have sloping sidewalls; this directs the eye and creates the illusion that they are pictures on the wall that give glimpses into the adjacent room.
▼餐厅与相邻建筑之间的墙体上设置洞口，setting openings on the wall between the restaurant and the adjacent building © BWM Architekten / Severin Wurnig
BWM Architekten reinterpreted classic Viennese restaurant materials like wood and tiles and congenially combined them with modern elements to create a both familiar and refreshingly contemporary atmosphere. “Our goal was to preserve the quintessence of Figlmüller’s more than 100-year-old concept, but also embed it in a modern setting,” explains BWM architect Erich Bernard. By way of example, the wooden wainscot panelling, which is so typical of traditional Viennese taverns, was preserved and featured as a traditional element. Its completely redesigned profile, however, makes it look fresh and new.The floor in the new rooms is covered with oiled herringbone parquet, and dark green Aurisina marble from Trieste provides accents.
▼墙面采用木制壁板，地面采用人字纹拼花地板，the wall is made of wooden siding, and the floor is made of herringbone parquet © BWM Architekten / Severin Wurnig
The tile, an element that is typical of Viennese restaurants, is featured in more than one way. Dark green tiles cover the wall behind the new bar and the ceiling above it. They are also used for the passageways between the old and new sections, while the threshholds are made from Verde Assoluto natural stone. The seating, in a style typical of taverns, consists of rustic, vintage chairs that have been freshly stained and varnished.
▼新旧建筑之间的过道© BWM Architekten / Severin Wurnig
the passageways between the old and new sections
▼新酒吧，后墙和天花均采用深绿色瓷砖，new bar，dark green tiles covering the wall behind the new bar and the ceiling © BWM Architekten / Severin Wurnig
Specially designed lamps with brass stems and lampshades covered with stained Viennese wickerwork reinforce the concept. The existing stone floor in the original bar area is supplemented with Red Adnet marble, whereas the new bar is clad with warm cherrywood.
▼旧酒吧，地面采用红色大理石，original bar，the floor is made of red marble © BWM Architekten / Severin Wurnig
▼旧酒吧的地下部分 © BWM Architekten / Severin Wurnig
the underground part of the original bar
▼夜景外观，night view appearance © BWM Architekten / Severin Wurnig
Client: Figlmüller GmbH
BWM Team: Erich Bernard, Ingrid Schmid, Kristina Tomaselli, Elisabeth Morillo-Napetschnig, Kinga Baluch
Photographer: BWM Architekten / Severin Wurnig