The three spaces entrusted to Jouin Manku are living spaces in which numerous events take place. The Dachgarten used to host breakfasts, as well as private and professional receptions. L'Agence has completely redesigned this venue. The dining room can be divided and partitioned to suit the needs of hotel guests. The adjacent lounge is open all day. The space between the bar and the restaurant has been designed as a formal transition between the two. Ideally located at roof level, a large terrace frames the project and offers a breathtaking view of the city. The interior design concept therefore had to be adaptable to numerous configurations, while remaining significant in relation to the hotel, and to the city of Munich.
Positioned on the sixth floor, the grand hall faces the Frauenkirche Cathedral. Rectangular and elongated, it boasts a huge bay window offering a bird's-eye view of the city, with a glimpse of the Bavarian mountains in the distance. In this way, the project is inspired by a city surrounded by forests. Jouin Manku's idea was to offer guests a view inside the room itself, recreating a natural and fantasized landscape, as if nature had conquered its place at the heart of the palace. They imagined a mineral horizon of stone and snow, creating an inspired tableau carved out of rock.