Gentle warmth envelops you in this spatial body, which involuntarily reminds you of the inside of a stringed instrument with its convex and concave walls clad in wood. The light, matt oak wood encloses the curvaceous hall, only interrupted by the wide band of windows running around it, through which daylight comes in and, conversely, the view outside can fall on Kronberg’s city hill or in the Viktoria Park. In the evening at the concert, curtains close against the view. The podium also shines in the soft oak wood color. Nothing in this calmly moving interior is intrusive, everything remains inconspicuous in a relaxed manner and yet radiates the naturalness of what has been achieved.