Restaurant inside Heidelberg Castle

Swiss architect Max Dudler used a simple palette of cherry wood, stone and terrazzo when converting this former saddle room into a restaurant at Germany’s Heidelberg Castle.

The Sattelkammer building is located close to the entrance of the ruined Renaissance castle in southwest Germany, and adjacent to a visitor centre with two-metre-deep stone walls that Dudler completed in 2012.

The architect is responsible for masterplanning the restoration and construction of a cluster of buildings flanking the path that leads into the castle, including the visitor centre and a gardener’s lodge.

 

 

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