Restaurant Steirereck in Vienna was named one of Gault Millau Austria’s top ten restaurants in the world. Increasing demands space and increasing demands led to the conversion and expansion of family business Reitbauer family. Viennese architects PPAG Architects developed for this purpose, such as the widespread cultivation of the soil, visually connects with a reflective metal surface with the Viennese City Park.
The aim of the architect on restaurant Steirereck was precise schedule tables. So guests can enjoy the view, which includes views of the park and the other guests. Nearness to Viennese City Park was an integral part of the design. Using reflective metal façade creates a visual link with greenery. Light pavilion make reference to mimicry, whose architecture is often used in parks. With large electric windows, visitor should feel like to sit outside and inside at the same time. On the roof is a herb garden.