Gabriele Blachnik showroom by Arno design, Munich – Germany

June 11th, 2014 by retail design blog

The fashion designer Gabriele Blachnik from Munich is known for the use of precious and exclusive fabrics. With a team of 30 staff members, she realizes her ideas in a couture and prét-à-porter collection and designs outfits for famous German movie and TV stars like Anke Engelke or Veronica Ferres. Last year, she entrusted ARNO Design with the redesign of her 175 square metres large shop in Munich that forewent a conventional design. Instead of the parade of sleeves usual at the shops, ARNO Design created small decorative “platforms” that immediately catch the eye when entering the shop.

The hanger goods were placed in the shop window instead and, with a back-wall of glass, offer at the same time a decoration area to the outside. For the prominent customers who wish to do the shopping undisturbed in a personal atmosphere,
ARNO Design created the possibility to subdivide the shop area into a separate “dressing room” with the help of sliding elements. The colouring in lilac and mud as well as the discrete furnishings shall further underline the exclusive character of the shop.

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