Tin Restaurant and Bar: Gritty Glamor in Berlin
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Tin Restaurant and Bar in Berlin demonstrates how glamorous mundane materials like concrete, hammered zinc, gray paint, and halogen bulbs can be. Designed by Karhard Architektur , the interior features the humblest of materials: cement-bonded wood particle boards, a long custom zinc bar burnished to a sheen with thousands of hammer blows, and 82 standard halogen bulbs suspended from the ceiling. The only off-the-shelf product used? The ICF Myto Cantilever Adirondack seating by Konstantin Grcic. For more information, go to Tin Restaurant and Bar . Above: The ICF Myto Cantilever Adirondack seating by Konstantin Grcic surrounds a custom table. Above: Allium blossoms provide the only note of color in the subtly glowing interior. Above: The dining room features layers of soft gray. Above: The architects created a system of halogen lights to add a soft glow. Above: The architects intentionally left the radiators unfinished for a rough lux vibe.