Cafe Hack, Aarhus Theater
Café Hack, named after the architect of the Aarhus Theatre, Hack Kampmann, is located in a part of the theater dating back to 1900 and was originally a restaurant. In the intervening time, the premises were used by the Danish Broadcasting Corporation and by the theater as a rehearsal room.
C.F. Møller Architects
Today, the café still has a smaller stage. The walls are plastered with red marble plaster, and the ceiling is designed as a continuous glass ceiling.
During the conversion, it turned out that one of the artist Karl Hansen Reistrup's tigers in a frieze from 1900 was almost intact. With this as a starting point the artist Uffe Christoffersen created the tigerfrise of today. The awe-inspiring and beautiful tigers have the entire space i their possession.