In keeping with Breuninger harmony, the restaurant was to radiate a natural, high-class flair. The aim was to unify two strong brands, Breuninger and Sansibar, under a single roof so that each can profit from the other.
In order to experience the atmosphere of Sylt, typical materials were used, such as old wood for the panelling and tables made of solid oak. Wine is a key theme for the Sansibar, and this was integrated in the draft plans as a characteristic element.
Various zones offer seats for about 130 guests. The central element in the room is the large bar. During the day, it provides an open view of the Breuninger sales area, inviting guests to relax with a snack. Whereas flexible furniture clusters line the façade which offers a scenic view over the lake, the bench seating at the front ends encompasses the room. It is backed by a patinated wall design reminiscent of an old wine cellar. Two large solid tables in the middle of the room promote communication and informality, while the suspended candelabras provide pleasant lighting.