Posts Tagged ‘berlin mitte’

Schwarzhogerzeil Store by Sylvester Koziolek, Berlin – Germany

June 8th, 2015

The two Schwarzhogerzeil boutiques have rightfully ruled the retail landscape of Berlin\’s Mitte district for a long, long time.

A space – temporary showroom – by Plajer & Franz Studio, Berlin – Germany

December 24th, 2014

It’s design is marked by the mix between rough and edgy – according to the building site character of the location – and very refined and elegant elements. This symbiosis turns the space into an eye-catcher while offering great opportunities for counseling and sales conversations.

Karl Lagerfeld store by Plajer & Franz Studio, Berlin

July 12th, 2013

Huge Berlin style double-wing doors make a great appearance in the store, simultaneously giving the space a feeling of a classic apartment and separating the shopping area from the fitting rooms. Further, open ceilings and exposed brick walls slurried with a very thin white plaster break through the overall elegance of the store thus appearing very Berlin-like.

Tom Tailor voodoo windows by dfrost, Berlin

July 25th, 2012

The collection’s remix is represented in the window setup and material mix: Wood sets the tone – mixed with prints, denim, vintage and contemporary graphics plus custom artful pieces. The college Voodoo party with DJ, drinks & Voodoo dolls invites the viewer into the mystic ‘House of Voodoo’.

POP UP! Lil*shop, Berlin

February 26th, 2012

The COMME des GARÇONS Guerrilla Store Berlin has now found a great successor. Lil Schlichting-Stegemann, who concepted and ran the three former Guerrilla Stores in Berlin, has now opened LIL*SHOP in Brunnenstraße 184, Berlin-Mitte.