Hochstetter store by Heikaus, Trier – Germany

April 13th, 2012 by retail design blog

Hochstetter, for more than 110 years located in Trier/ Germany, now opened its doors after large modification measures. On 4 floors Hochstetter joins young fashion, business fashion and international top brands. For the redesign, HEIKAUS chose clear lines that allow the showed fashion to come to the fore. By exclusively combinating modern elements of style and antique furniture HEIKAUS created a relaxed atmosphere where clients like to linger.

Also comfortable, individual and affectionately arranged lounges in every department invite to linger. Several coloured courses on the walls and accordingly discreet wallpapers mark the different fashion areas of Hochstetter. Even a first-class design for dressing rooms was set a high value on.

Generous cabins got a comfortable touch by using selected furniture as well as several coloured eyecatcher in carpets or curtains. By coevally using direct and indirect lightning the optical redesign of traditional establishment Hochstetter turning to an experience fashion house with a comfortable atmosphere gets complete.




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