Bel Étage by Bungalow store by Philip Jin Honermann, Stuttgart

October 23rd, 2012 by retail design blog

From the inside of bar suite 212, a dark steel crafted, solid state staircase leads to the upper 120 sqm boutique loft. The brass finished custom made light structure generates a glamorous touch while entering first floor, which used to be a club many years ago.

Rough abraded concrete floor is covered in grey Epoxy casting, while smooth unplastered jet black ceiling and walls back out, to dispose impact to the different wall textures like french metro tiles or drapes made of finest Italian silk.

Custom made mobile product displays inspired by luggage trolley’s, in combination with vintage design furniture joined by Kelim carpets, are placed to create a sophisticated but delightful atmosphere. Oversized illuminated black and white Helvetica letters placed in front of the large glass sheet facing the high street, generate communication into urban space.

Architect: Philip Jin Honermann / AVENUE A
Photographer: Celal Tayar
Visit the store here: www.bungalow-gallery.com














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