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Café-Restaurant CORBACI

"Perhaps the most attractive space in the new Vienna MuseumsQuartier..." Neue Zürcher Zeitung, 17.10.2001

Opening hours:
Mo-Sat: 11am-12am
Sun & Holidays: 11am-23pm

The French architects Anne Lacaton and Jean-Philippe Vassal were commissioned with the design of the cafe/restaurant. Their conceptual approach, realising intelligent architecture with a minimum of materials and budget, is well suited to the overall concept for the adaptation of the Az W premises. The central concept behind the design of the cafeteria is the thematic treatment of existing and apparently found layers combined with the most simple adaptation for the necessary functions. The dominant design element in the space is the vaulted ceiling, which has been clad with oriental tiles.

"It"s important to employ elements that stem from another part of the world - far better than always doing things that people anyway already know." (Anne Lacaton, Lacaton & Vassal)

The unplastered wall leading to the kitchen as well as the lighting are essential elements of the overall concept, alluding to the process of building.

Architecture: Anne Lacaton & Jean Philippe Vassal, Paris
Project Management: Feldbacher und Seehof, Vienna
Design Tiles: Asiye Kolbai-Kafalier, Vienna
Production/Tiles: Gorbon Seramik, Istanbul
Furnishings: Stephan Seehof, Wien
Furniture: Hussl Möbel, Terfens/Tirol


© Rupert Steiner 


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Café-Restaurant CORBACI
Tel.: +43 664 7363 0036
Fax: +43 (1) 523 65 66
Email: corbaci@chello.at

 
 
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