The BOOS Beach Club restaurant in Bridel, Luxembourg is gaining a lot of attention on the internet due to its contemporary architecture. Well, the modern layout of this restaurant is interwoven around an existing house, and the design has been inspired by the Japanese art of origami.
Just by looking at the exterior, you can figure out that it’s reminiscent to a folded sheet of paper while forming a close interaction with natural surroundings. To make the visitors feel close to nature, Metaform Architects used wood and glass structure for construction that gives natural tones to the interior as well as blends the exterior with the natural landscape.
All thanks to its dynamic design, the bar and eating areas are oriented outwards giving views of lush green trees around the area. Moreover, the triangular form of the building boasts a self-supporting rigid roof with a very few peripheral structural points. The major purpose for choosing this lightweight and easily removable roof system is to leave room for changes in future.
Interior is quite contemporary with an industrial touch, which comes due to the black metal pillars and window frames. It’s really beautiful to see how this venue intertwines secluded and open spaces, overlooking the panoramic landscapes. To enhance your mood during the evening, the restaurant staff makes use of stunning LED lights that are integrated throughout the diner and the bar area.
To preserve the “Beach club” identity of the place, the architects have constructed the new structure completely out of raw materials including burned wood, raw steel, and polished concrete floor. Plus, the terrace is made of wood and white sand.
Have a closer look at the elegant restaurant in the images given below.