BVLGARI windows 2013 Autumn, Munich – Germany
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The store is divided between a white space on the ground floor and a black space on the first floor. The two contrasting floors provide a customer experience with unique interior design, natural materials and sculptural installations. The tall glass facade is tying the two stories together and stands out on Königstrasse during both day and night
Bright furniture and wall panels alternate with strips of patterned wallpaper. The flooring in washed pine look also lends authenticity to the store concept. The majority of the wares are displayed on back-panel systems and in cupboards with a country house look. The white, grey and yellow tones of the backdrop sets scene for the colourful fashion style.
The design of the new showroom at the headquarters of Ritzenhoff AG was inspired by the form of a hot glass drop with regard to the glassworks tradition of the company. The new showroom was not supposed to compete with the classical modern administration building, but to stand as unobtrusive structure.
A quirky mash-up of materials, colours and details, the overall look is very coherent and makes generator Berlin a welcoming place that quickly grows on you. There’s rough wood panelling and open ceilings, raw copper panels against black walls in the basement and the simple furniture and mastic asphalt in the breakfast area that contrast with the mirrored ceiling in the bar are just some examples of the design details that are featured.