Scholz am Park — Stuttgart, Germany

Open plan floor with decorative fixture hanging from ceiling
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Nestled on Stuttgart's Killesberg Hill, a former trade fair complex now rejuvenated with new housing by Ortner & Ortner and David Chipperfield, Scholz am Park is a welcoming French restaurant perfectly placed to enjoy the redevelopment. Designed by architect/owner Gregor Scholz (who partnered with Stephanie Benzing and Paul Schwenk on the project), the modern all-day eatery combines French oak panelling and exposed concrete accents, and has its own vertical rotisserie where meat, fish and veg are roasted to perfection. Traditional French fare is given a twist with local ingredients; all milk and cheese comes from the local Schrozberg dairy farm. Scholz's concept also includes a florist and ice cream palour, located in adjacent Ortner & Ortner buildings and curated with the same attention to detail as the restaurant.

Sectioned in area using glass panels

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Wooden tables and chairs, green glass panels, green fabric on couches

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