Rösslibeck Bäckery and Café Amriswil
Rösslibeck Bakery and Café Amriswil
On behalf of Hess Investment, a new café was built in the Amriville shopping center in response to the new urban development situation in Amriswil:
A "shopping hub" consisting of the Amriville and Migros shopping centers with a catchment area of 90,000 inhabitants. The tenant of the new premises is the Rösslibeck company, which is represented with several cafés and bakeries in the eastern part of Switzerland.
The interior design of the Rösslibeck Café in the Amriville shopping center followed the inspiration of an imperial Viennese coffee house. The contemporary interpretation of well-known style elements combines the building with an industrial past and an urban traditional café.
Wainscoting, chandeliers, a lush drapery and well-measured k.u.k. versus vintage flooring, glass and shed roofs with industrial charm combine to interpret a modern coffee house. The objective is to retain existing clientele while additionally appealing to new audiences.
Originally, the area of the store and the escolounge were spatially clearly separated from each other. With the help of a breakthrough, the two spaces have now been connected. The suspended ceiling was removed and opened upwards. Thus, the beautiful 1967 shed roofs of the main location of the textile company Esco became visible again.
A large window was built into the façade, offering views of the Rösslibeck's outdoor café and the new square, the design of which is being realized as part of an art project.