Architect / Planning: Jakob Sprenger Site: Salzburg Photo: Courtesy of Aesop
Jakob Sprenger chose oiled oak boards on the walls of Aesop Interieurs in Salzburg’s infamous Getreidegasse. The massive oak sales counter reminds of the form of old cembalo instruments. A four metre long sink made out of Nagelfluh (local rock) is the counterpoint of Salzburg’s geology.
The joy of detail and the sense of aesthetics make a good craftsman. That's why our workshop is very meticulous. This starts with the selection of the woods and ends with the final polish. A great feeling when you can be really proud of your work.
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