The Corner Berlin Men shop by Johann Alexander Stütz, Berlin

November 8th, 2012 by retail design blog

The shop is around 185 sqm in l – shape located just around the corner of the flagship store “The Corner Berlin” on Gendarmenmarkt in the heart of Berlin.
Construction time: Around 5 weeks – finished Oktober 2012.

Surfaces: Floor: matt finished granit “Herrenholz”, Walls: different shades of grey and folded chrom mirror metal wall, Counter: black marble “Nero Marquina”, Displays: rough iron, Vintage furniture: amongst other things from Oscar Niemeyer, Willy Rizzo and Walter Knoll
Fashion: amongst other things from Acne, Balmain to Martin Margiela and Thom Brown and Carven. Also accessoires, books and perfume.

Designed by Johann Alexander Stütz

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