Heim is a Germany high-end home furnishings retail store in Indonesia, based in Jakarta and Surabaya. It is the authorised International distributor for Leicht Kuchen and Rolf Benz. As a client of VisualCast Designology, the project included logo, store development, launching event book design and calendar design.
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The interior is constructed with locally sourced oak and steel and the ingredients are either sourced from artesian farmers, or forged by the Gamsai staff themselves. While creating a clean, modern space, Gamsai doesn’t stray far from the classic beer hall design that frequents Munich, with open bleacher style seating, looking in at the space and bartenders.
Layering is something ODLO is extra passionate about. It serves as the core of the entire collection. With almost 70 years experience in the field, ODLO knows everything about “The Art of Layering”. Instead of being restricted by the elements, ODLO show the consumers how easily they can adapt to their environment.
The elegant modular design allows you to control the look and feel of your Pen. However you use your pen we know you’ll enjoy every moment and we hope you share your story with us. Designed to age gracefully, each pen is carefully crafted so that however you navigate your world your Pen is a true reflection of your experiences.
The interior design and materials relate to the identity of the MTV Networks (Germany) logo with its characteristic font and the colours dark brown, white, and yellow. They are referenced and translated creatively in the design of the reception area, the lobby, and the café as well as in the atrium and the kitchenettes.
The massive oak bar acts as the focal point, reflecting on the prevailing square theme. A long bench covered with laths of ash is integrated as a pure linear form along the main wall. The wooden elements break with the cold butchery atmosphere turning it into a pleasant environment to eat, drink and stay.
The Pinakothek der Moderne in Münich by Stephan Braunfels (2002) recently went through a complete renovation, and for the re opening of the museum Audi debuted the design wall, an installation that has become part of the permanent collection of the Die Neue Sammlung (The International Design Museum).
Every element reveals an affinity for perfection and an eye for detail as well as the devotion to craftsmanship, quality and tactile feedback technology. The focus is on almost nostalgic values. Back to perfection and an all-encompassing service for the customer, taking time and showing transparency.