Ester Bruzkus Architekten事务所为大厨Lode van Zuylen和Stijn Remi设计了位于柏林的新餐厅REMI。设计师精心选取高品质材料，用心搭配，仿佛是厨师在挑选配料，制作美食。设计师与厨师的协同合作使餐厅脱颖而出。设计强调简洁感与高品质，旨在为顾客带来真实有趣的用餐体验。
Ester Bruzkus Architekten approached the design of the new Berlin-Mitte restaurant REMI for chefs Lode van Zuylen and Stijn Remi by using architectural materials that are high in quality, carefully sourced and crafted, with rigorous attention to detail. This is the very approach to ingredients that the chefs bring to crafting a meal, so the success of the project results from a synergy between the architects and the chefs. The design is intended to emphasize simplicity and quality – and to enhance a dining experience that is authentic, straightforward and fun.
▼简洁高品质的餐厅空间，the design emphasizing simplicity and quality ©Robert Rieger
The design takes advantage of the best attributes of the site in the ground floor of the new Suhrkamp Verlag building by Bundschuh Architekten. An important goal of the design was to retain the feeling of openness that comes from the high exposed concrete ceilings and the expansive glass fronts on either side of the restaurant. A triangular welcome desk resolves the complicated geometry of the site so that the dining areas have a placid atmosphere.
▼三角形接待台，the triangular welcome desk ©Robert Rieger
At the center of the space is the open kitchen – surrounded by materials working together like diverse ingredients for a good meal: unfinished perforated aluminum, rough stucco, red-colored MDF cabinetry, transparent lacquered birch, pale blue curtains, stainless steel and a natural deep red granite that combines all the colors used in REMI. The volumes that make up the kitchen are framed by overhead rings of lighting, enhancing and unifying the clean and transparent design.
▼位于餐厅中心的开放式厨房，the open kitchen at the center of the space ©Robert Rieger
▼用餐区丰富的材料与色彩，rich materials and colors of the dining spaces ©Robert Rieger
The detailing reveals the inherent qualities of the materials – what they look like in cross-section, their thickness and depth, and how the different materials make outside corners. The best example of this material approach is how the red-colored MDF is used – the color is not applied to the surface but all the interior fibers are stained – so when it is cut, it reveals its interior like a stick of butter.
▼板材的颜色源于内部纤维的浸染，the color of the board coming from the stained interior fibers ©Robert Rieger
就餐区的家具丰富多样，Studio Coucou设计了细胶合板、抛光钢和Forbo油毡定制成的餐桌，与Please Wait To Be Seated设计的座椅相搭配。Kvadrat提供了带有灯芯绒靠垫的木质长椅。灯光设计主要由Valerie Objects负责，空间上方悬挂的环形照明灯管则来自于Ester Bruzkus Architekten的设计。
The dining area furniture, provided by Studio Coucou, combines custom-made tables in fine plywood, polished steel and Forbo linoleum with chairs by Please Wait To Be Seated, custom wood banquettes upholstered with corduroy fabric by Kvadrat and lighting by Valerie Objects. The large overhead rings of light were designed by Ester Bruzkus Architekten.
▼Kvadrat设计的带有灯芯绒靠垫的木质长椅，custom wood banquettes upholstered with corduroy fabric by Kvadrat ©Robert Rieger
▼Studio Coucou设计的定制餐桌，custom-made tables by Studio Coucou ©Robert Rieger
The design for REMI shows the parallels between good design and a modern dining experience. By treating architectural materials with the same approach as the chefs approach the meal, Ester Bruzkus Architekten have created a restaurant for chefs Lode van Zuylen and Stijn Remi that is bright, carefully detailed, and made from architectural materials that come together like a well crafted meal.
▼轴测图，axonometric drawing © Ester Bruzkus Architekten
▼平面图，plan © Ester Bruzkus Architekten
Materials and Finishes
Kitchen Box Wall Covering: Acoustical Plaster
Wall Paint Wardrobe: Caparol Icons – Surf ́s Up
Kitchen/Bar/Service: Red Dyed- through MDF (Innovus), Granite (Iron Red), Stainless Steel, Perforated Aluminium
Benches: Birch Plywood, Fabric Kvadrat (Raf Simons – Phlox) Curtain: Kvadrat – Panorama
Lighting Planner: GKW Lichtsysteme
Electrical Works: Jost Dresden GmbH
Acoustical Planner: MMT Network
Carpentry: Ganter Interior GmbH
Curtains: Unique Factory