Bar Paulaner Munchen. Tolosa
Project details in a Paulaner house franchise
This is a franchise of the company Paulaner and, therefore, its design was already established and studied at source. The design combines Sucupira wood and maple wood.
The bar is special: it is located in a basement and its walls are made of stone.
As can be seen in the photograph, the openings in the façade were dressed in such a way as to maintain the stone, fitting a traditionally clad window seat with cover plates, joined frames and upper moulding trim in Sucupira wood.
Varnished in a natural satin finish, the same as that used on the tables. These are made of maple wood, combining 80 x 80 tables with circular tables measuring 120 in diameter, all made of solid maple wood that is 5 centimetres in thickness, with black metal legs.
This covering is that of the openings around the seat and is included on all columns in the bar.
The same frames, design, and mouldings are on the bar front, creating traditional-style frames. The bar top was made of battened elondo hardwood moulded into a cylinder shape around the perimeter of the bar.
The columns on the bar are covered with cover plates and cornice to match the rest, and even the unit behind the bar is made using the same wood design.
The façade of the bar is formed by boxed doors with windows at the top, forming a unit that allows for light to enter the bar, with a large grille at the top as an air conditioning outlet and the different ventilation required in both the kitchen and the bar.