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The Design of the Munich Brauhaus Panels are Inspired by Tree Groves

 - Nov 23, 2015
References: tomblachford & contemporist
Techne Architecture + Interior Design recently put together a series of wall installations inside Australia's Munich Brauhaus that were inspired by the expansive layout of tree groves. The installations feature a variety of diversely sized logs stacked together to bring the rustic and artisan feeling of the great outdoors into the interior atmosphere of the location.

The wall panels are located inside the eatery portion of the space along the entire upper portion of the wall. Seated guests can glance up at the installation and instantly feel as though they have a bird's eye view of a thick forest. The panelling also matches the decorated interior that features wood as the primary material in the long bar-style tables, stool chairs and wall surfaces.