Dark Hill Hotel Restaurant


Dark Hill Hotel Restaurant

Restaurants with high comfortability are chosen by visitors or tourists. The dark hill hotel who serves its top floor as a high notch restaurant. The belief is that the view of the Istanbul city is the attraction of this venue. Well, they are right with their belief.  You can see a birds-eye view of the city having food and drink. The dining experience is wonderful, but the management takes this comfortability to the next level by installing a Lean-to Retractable system of Libart. The retractable glass roof system changed the game for the owners.

Libarts’ concept of motion in architecture is benefiting the industry of cafes and hotels. The Dark hill took notice of this as they see projects on the Libart website, and they were amazed to see the transformation of rooftop cafes in Chicago by the retractable systems.

The view from the restaurant is the most important thing for a visitor to choose among thousands of food entities. Research shows that when the customer, tourist or the one who is planning to dine out at a restaurant. He or she first think about the place with a better view, then food and the ambiance.

The restaurant at the top of the hill always has expensive food because he is paying a bigger amount of rent for the place just because the view of the landscape, sea or ocean from the restaurant is astonishing. That is why the owners must also think about the windows as they are the source of the views. It should be big enough with no hindrances that it provides an unobstructed view to the customer. Considering the research and the desire of owners to give their customers a better view and royal experience Libart invented Panoramic vertical retracting guillotine windows. Read more to know how Dark hill restaurant benefited with these vertical retracting windows.

Dark Hill Hotel Restaurant
Dark Hill Hotel Restaurant
Istanbul , TR
Retractable Structures 
6.2m x 22m (19' x 72' )
6mm Tempered Sunenergy + 12mm Air gap + 4mm+4mm (insulated glass)

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