The Dancing House, designed by the world-class architect Frank O. Gehry, has a new café. The gradually changing purpose of the building (also called Ginger and Fred) from the originally administrative building into a hotel with a restaurant and a bar on the upper floors, as well as the growing number of visitors to the building, made it necessary to change the ground floor as well.
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The investor’s requirement was not only to design a new café, but also to modify the existing layout and to design a new reception desk. ARTIKUL architects approached this difficult task with maximum respect for the original design as well as the architectural principles of the building. That’s why they chose our Flumo-S luminaire, which navigates the visitor from the entrance through the entire space. It enhances the dynamics of the space and is a significant feature that attracts attention even from the street. You still feel very cosy while drinking your coffee and there is a pleasant atmosphere in the café.