Eye-catcher and space-defining element of the tourist information is a huge wall-like wood pile, which is characteristic for the landscape of the Black Forest. The logs are not simply piled. Each log is cut into shape and perfectly stacked on each other, so that the 15.5 meter long and 2.4 meter high wood pile forms the topography of the surrounding valley of Baiersbronn.
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The 400 m2 flagship store serves as an important benchmark for the female fashion brands new store concept. Designed by Riis Retail and executed in a joined effort between design team, client and contractor the project sets new standards for combining interior design, functionality and visual merchandizing.
The new Aichtal branch of popular optician Weiss in the Stuttgart area has been a true eye-catcher since Heikaus re-designed it into a piece of design artwork. Outstanding furnishing with an open fireplace creates a tasteful environment. The customer is comfortable and inspired in his selection here.
A new attraction in Vienna’s Neubaugasse is open since November 2011. Inside Fashion store presents fashion by international designers. Söhne & Partner Architects tried to design the interior in a discreet but appealing way. One challenge was the size of the new shop. Only 100m² now appear to be much more extensive.
Doboz (‘Box’ in English) is a new party place and cultural center in the 7th district of Budapest. The building was a children’s hospital of the former ghetto during the Second World War. Its residents slowly moved from the building as it has been gone to ruin in the last 10 years and nobody had the money to refurbish it.
While many shops tend to have a clear distinction between storefront and interior, the design of T-magi is intended to allow the shop itself to be perceived as the display window. WE have used the teapot – an object universally associated with tea – as the motif for both the shop, the logo and the PR material.