Precision has nothing to do with slowness. But with competence.

Even if everything goes fast, it will still be just as good. Two half-timbered buildings in the Bergische Land region – in between snow-covered, frozen ground. That is where the architecturally significant restaurant expansion of the seminar hotel Grosse Ledder, belonging to Bayer, is supposed to be standing – within only 140 days. The impossible can only work due to the fact that Seibel und Weyer coordinates the many participating crafts together with the project managers at Bayer. And there is trust involved: the client knows his partner's precision and teamwork.

Right on time for the opening night of the new restaurant, the ensemble of old buildings and the state-of-the-art connecting structure shine like a gem with dark precious woods, leather-upholstered cassettes and deep club chairs. A transparent dining room with matt oak panels and ingenious drywall constructions. Even the baths already gleam with noble, perfectly fitting installations. High quality in such a short period of time is solely possible because the planning mixes well with the enthusiasm for a project. This is not to be taken for granted, but it enables a lot.