For over 15 years, the Eppendorf restaurant LOEWEN has existed in the space on the corner. Under the same name, but with a new concept, Malvin Ullmann and Johann Jencquel now offer modern, seasonal and regional cuisine: reduced to the essentials with ingredients from their own market stand.
With only 18 seats, the restaurant offers a cosy atmosphere inside, while the large terrace with its 80 seats is a lively addition to the neighbourhood in summer. An unusual balance that played a major role in shaping the interior design: the dining room in the back is entirely wrapped in a dark, earthy red that creates an intimate atmosphere in the evening, while the lively bar area with the staircase leading down to the kitchen is kept in light beige tones. The cubic bar with textured relief tiles is the central focal point of the room, while hanging shelves made of powder-coated perforated metal define the lively bar area.
Terrazzo as inspiration
The historic terrazzo floor has been carefully restored and sets the colour palette for the new interior: deep, earthy reds paired with soft, warm beiges on the walls, furniture and upholstery. The warm brass accents of modern pendant lights, upholstered chairs in beige bouclé fabrics and bronze glass mirrors on the back wall of the room define the look of the interior. Burnished brass table lamps create a focused lighting mood on the oiled oak tables.
Custom-made floor-to-ceiling shelves in earthy red showcase the restaurant's wine selection and separate the intimate dining room from the lively bar area.