A gently billowing sea of all brass willowlamps, including Ngoma Drums, Flower of lifes, Fuschias and faraway trees, clustered from the ceiling, adorns the newly renovated Lucide restaurant, which is the culinary jewel of the landmark cultural building KKL Luzern.
Centrally located and built on the shores of Lake Lucerne, the KKL Luzern is in close proximity to the historic heart of the Swiss city. This architecturally renowned building is also famous for an acoustically superior concert hall, high-profile music concerts, its conferencing and upmarket events.
The building was designed by famed French architect Jean Nouvel, and was built according to his plans between 1995 and 2000. One of the leading architects of our time, the Pritzker Prize-winning Nouvel is known for designing museums, convention centres, concert halls, prestigious office buildings and residential buildings across the globe.