Rösslibeck Bäckery and Café Amriswil

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Rösslibeck Bakery and Café Amriswil

On behalf of the Hess Investment Company, a new café was built at the Amriville Shopping Centre, which reacts to the new urban development movement in Amriswil:

Here emerges a "shopping hub" from Amriville and Migros Shopping Centres with a gathering population of 90,000 inhabitants. The Tenant of the new premises is the company Rösslibeck, which is represented with several cafés and bakeries in the area of Eastern Switzerland.

The interior of the new Rösslibeck Café in the Shopping Centre Armiville follows the idea of a 'Viennoise Kaffeehaus'.

The contemporary interpretation of well-known historic elements connect with architectural elements of the industrial past and create the atmosphere of an urban cafe. Chandeliers, a lush curtain and imperial style versus vintage floor, glass and shed roofs with industrial charm combine to form a modern 'Viennoise Kaffeehaus'. The objective is to retain the existing clientele while addressing additional new target groups.

Originally, the area of the shop and the Escolounge were spatially separated. By creating a large opening in the external wall, both rooms are now connected. The suspended ceiling has been removed and opened upwards, so that the beautiful shed roofs from 1967 of the textile company Esco’s main location can once again be visible.

A large window has been built into the façade, which offers views of the Rösslibeck's outdoor café and the new square, the design of which will be realized as part of an art project.