The narrow, five-meter high space is a defining feature at Eduard’s. Surrounded by a glass façade opposite a brick façade, the bar is divided into a brighter area in the front and a darker area at the back – designed to be welcoming by day and night. By day, spots along the glass façade are hugely popular, thanks to the natural light and a first-class view. When it gets dark outside, the bar becomes the focal point.
When night falls, the defining copper tones, highlighted by shades of patina and the reflection of lights, create a one-of-kind ambience that glows invitingly when seen from outside. The bar becomes a welcoming, stand-alone feature. The rust-brown shelving accentuates the luminescent bottles of spirits and the hand-crafted iron lamps in the suspended ceiling become stylish overhead lights. The striking ceiling installation, consisting of delicate, angular rods and eye-catching bulbs, completes the picture.