Mußler „Home of Beauty“ by DIA – Dittel Architekten, Stuttgart

April 18th, 2012 by retail design blog

The parfumery Mußler has moved into its new Home of Beauty at Wernlinstraße in the western part of Stuttgart. On about 80 sqm DIA – Dittel Architekten designed a holistic concept by focussing the integration of an antique asset of furniture and a calm pattern of shelves. These individual pieces of furniture highlight and accent the particular scopes of fragrance, skin care, natural cosmetics and make-up in an unique way. By this means a stereogram is generated which is rich in contrast and very harmonious at the same time.

Tradition and cordiality of the family business in third generation can be experienced by warm tones of wood, plastering, candelabra and other elements of nostalgia. In addition the interior design with its great attention to details reflects the values of the parfumery. In this cosy atmosphere the customer feels always well advised.

All image courtesy of DITTEL ARCHITEKTEN GMBH







http://www.di-a.de/

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