Mission Accepted store by ACTINCOMMON, Berlin – Germany

November 16th, 2016 by retail design blog

Mission Accepted teamed up with ACTINCOMMON to design their new store in Berlin. The “Room Escape” start-up is one of the first to pick up the trend from Asia spreading into European capitals. The idea is to solve a case, a riddle within a given time frame to escape a themed space. Hints and clues are hidden in the interior, which need to be found and solved to escape the room.

Five rooms allow the players to indulge into four different types of games including a battle mode where groups play against each other. Each room is fitted with various multi-media gadgets to let the gamer interact with the interior and proceed to the next level.

ACTINCOMMON created a minimal interior design to give full attention to the theme-rooms. The reception area is welcoming with friendly and natural surfaces but kept in a dark setting combined with coloured highlights to create a gloomy context…

Design: ACTINCOMMON
Photography: Erik Undéhn

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