Breuninger Flagship Store by HMKM, Düsseldorf – Germany

January 17th, 2014 by retail design blog

Breuninger is the anchor tenant within the new Libeskind mixed-use Kö-Bogen development in Düsseldorf. For their first north German flagship expression, they approached HMKM to create a conceptually driven, 16,000m2, five floor boutique-style department store. The store concept, a subtle ‘Fashion Garden’ narrative, was inspired by the neighbouring Hofgarten Parkland. Schwitzke & Partners were appointed as executive architects for the whole project and HMKM as creative interior designers for four of the five floors (with the basement retail design by Liganova).

Photography by Uwe Spoering


























































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