The pavilion has two levels, where the upper level juts out on the water side.
The ground floor level serves as a shady, weather-protected space for summer use, extended by the terraces upstream with direct connection to the water.
The upper level was designed as a light wood construction by Weissenseer. Visitors enter the building via the central terrace and are led from here to the two restaurants on the side. The waterfront-facing restaurants are fully glazed for a perfect panoramic view of the Danube. The terrace, protected by awnings, can also be landscaped and offers a variety of playable spaces outdoors. This level is designed for year-round operation. A wooden façade envelops the entire upper floor of the building.
Photographer: Rupert Steiner
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