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Taverna Decantei by Pedevilla Architects

Taverna Decantei by Pedevilla Architects

Taverna Decantei by Pedevilla Architects

YEAR:

2019

In this tavern built in the historic center of Bressanone inside a medieval building, natural wood is combined with gray material surfaces and everything is balanced by soft effects of light and shadow.

Pedevilla Architects – Taverna Decantei – Photo: Gustav Willeit

The new tavern is located in the old town of Brixen near the main cathedral. The building dates back to the 13th century. Among other uses over the centuries, it had been the official residence of the cathedral’s dean. Several historical rooms now offer contiguous spaces for up to a hundred guests. An inner courtyard and a sunny garden complete the restaurant.

Pedevilla Architects – Taverna Decantei – Photo: Gustav Willeit

Structured tinted glass for the windows and the use of brass for doors and lights refer to the property’s historic roots in the cathedral quarter.

Dark plaster surfaces and local larch wood create a familiar and convivial tavern atmosphere. The surrounding wall panelling summarises the different layers of time. The perfect geometric element of the circle is a recurring theme throughout the building.

Pedevilla Architects – Taverna Decantei – Photo: Gustav Willeit
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