A flour mill since 1520, the original structure
of the Gerbermuehle was rebuilt in the following century by a wealthy banker.The lobby features exposed beams and
mezzanines that suggest a stylized version of the innards of a massive
skyscraper, while the bar features old stone walls and riveted leather furniture.
The house's old postbeam construction is never hidden, but is painted to match
various rooms' colour schemes, in a nod to sleek contemporaneity. In summertime the action is outside, in a
500-seat garden with elaborate tents that provides an idyllic outdoor gathering
spot to while away a Frankfurt day.
Architect: Mr. Jochem Jourdan Interior Design: Mrs. Oana Rosen
Enjoying a relaxing lunch in the Summer Garden with the locals.