pano brot & kaffee in stuttgart designed by DIA - dittel architekten pano brot & kaffee in stuttgart designed by DIA - dittel architekten
oct 28, 2015

pano brot & kaffee in stuttgart designed by DIA - dittel architekten

pano brot & kaffee in stuttgart designed by DIA – dittel architekten
all images courtesy of dittel architekten gmbh

 

 

 

german firm DIA – dittel architekten has completed the interior of stuttgart’s first ‘pano brot & kaffee’. located in the gerber shopping center, the café invites shoppers to enjoy organic and local products in a cosy setting. the space’s distinctive feature is a solid oak table that is over 5m long and 1.15m wide. on the back wall is an equally grand 5m high bookcase where various pano goods are displayed for sale.

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wide variety of seating options 

 

 

 

approximately 92 seats can be found in the openly organized café which not only accommodate the diverse needs of patrons, but create distinct atmospheres that can be used as backdrops for specific product. whether stopping in for a quick snack or chatting with friends in front of the fireplace, pano stuttgart offers an ideal setting to kick back and relax


five meter high shelving displays pano goods

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approximately 92 seats can be found in the openly organized café

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view to the serving counter 

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close-up details of the seating and service counter


view from shopping center corridor 

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menu and serving area 

 

 

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edited by: nick brink | designboom

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