The interior design of the Bernard Beerhouse is inspired by the industrial character of the brewery and aims to enrich the experience of visiting the brewery and provide a relaxing and welcoming environment, a place to meet friends.
Occupying the entire fourth floor, the beerhouse space is dominated by a bar with suspended copper beer tanks. A slanted wooden floor brings dynamic feeling into the space. The bar is set into a built-in mezzanine, into which the sanitary facilities are also inserted.
The atmosphere of the place is built on black cement screed on the walls and wooden furniture, with copper features on the bar, lighting and structural elements that stand out in harmonious contrast. The highlights of the interior are walls made of beer bottles set in metal frames. This design element also works as room divider. The light passing through the bottle glass creates captivating shadow play and colours the interior with a honey shade of beer.
The roof illumination is primarily provided by a system of dimmable led spotlights. They are complemented by the distinctive yet simple Bomma’s Tim design lights with copper details. Copper strips are placed locally on the walls, onto which wall lights are directed, creating indirect warm, honey-coloured reflections. The refurbished furniture is part of an overall concept of “Old meets New” where new meets history.
The beerhouse is connected to a newly built terrace, which opens to the panorama of Humpolec town and is used for pleasant outdoor seating.
The cooperation between B² Architecture and Bernard Family Brewery was possible thanks to Hezkey s.r.o.
Lenka Hradecka, Jakub Klíma, Hezkey s.r.o.
Alex Shoots Buildings
Hezkey s.r.o.: Jakub Klíma, Martin Machů
public and commercial buildings, public and commercial interiors