Posts Tagged ‘germany’

BGV office by design2sense, Karlsruhe – Germany

April 17th, 2014

The existing office building of the BGV was gutted and completely revitalised using high quality materials. We optically reduced the building’s complexity by focussing on white, black and beige colors.

POP-UP STORES! Front Row pop-up store, Berlin – Germany

April 12th, 2014

The temporary retail space is inspired by the notion that today’s fast-paced society has rendered the gallery’s collateral products of projects of the past 20 years such as books, exhibition catalogues, posters, dvd’s, vinyl, and other paraphernalia, merely as dust-catching stock.

Deerberg Versand footwear store by K.U.L.T.OBJEKT, Münster – Germany

April 9th, 2014

With the warmth of a country home in Sweden in the summer – patterned wallpaper, armchairs dotted here and there, chandeliers and free-standing, deco furniture – the rooms impart a feeling of relaxation.

design2sense office, Leipzig – Germany

April 8th, 2014

The central conference platform, an acoustic wall as well as two smaller alcoves for meetings, break the spacious room into sections. Along the window front we placed classic desks. A lounge area in the back offers a comfortable setting for conversation.

Nudie Jeans Repair Shop, Berlin – Germany

April 4th, 2014

Vintage leather lounge seating takes center stage, while a prominent repair booth station faces the vintage cash wrap. Keeping in line with Nudie Jeans’ signature utilitarian, understated aesthetic, materials utilized are genuine, simple, and have aged with style.

O2 Live Concept Store by hartmannvonsiebenthal, Berlin

April 2nd, 2014

The “Live Concept Store” is systematically centering around product and brand experience – the visitors are animated to touch, test, and get inspired, thus identifying for themselves the benefits of digital services and products.

LEICA Geosystems booth by stengele+cie at Intergeo 2013, Essen – Germany

March 27th, 2014

From the keynote address to product innovations, the red and white look came to life last year at the world’s leading congress fair for geodesy and geoinformation. Visitors were delighted by the feeling of openness and the clear structures, which ensured quick orientation and targeted information.

25hours Hotel Bikini by Studio Aisslinger, Berlin

March 25th, 2014

The 25hours Hotel Bikini Berlin is as diverse as the big city it is located in and as wild as a jungle. The hotel showcases cosmopolitan Berlin at its location in the listed Bikini-Haus building between the Tiergarten park and Breitscheidplatz with Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church.

Tourist Information office by DITTEL | ARCHITEKTEN, Esslingen – Germany

March 25th, 2014

All fitted furniture is designed in a simplistic, restrained white. The niches in the shelving were designed in dark oak to highlight the products on display. The Esslingen town colours were used discreetly on selected items of furniture to underline the links of Esslingen citizens to their popular town information office.

Stan Smith X Adidas Originals windows by Studio XAG, Berlin

March 22nd, 2014

Using the classic green and white colours, we piled stacks of Stan Smith shoe boxes from floor to ceiling and wall to wall in one window revealing his name on a green pegboard backdrop inspired by the perforated iconic 3 stripes on each box…

Colmar Originals store by Giraldi Associates Architects, Berlin – Germany

March 21st, 2014

The store inside, is like a veranda with big opaque white back-illuminated windows where it seems that the clothes look out to the cosmopolitan world. The shelves – with their black halls and the tables realized by varnished black wood – make the exposed products main protagonists and oppose themselves to the bright container niches of the opposite side.

VAN NORD fashion and lifestyle concept store, Berlin

March 17th, 2014

Drawing on the cross-disciplinary mentality of modern Berlin — an ethos that has already given rise to thriving scenes elsewhere in the city — the space is a lifestyle forum where fashion, beauty, interior design, and literature are in dialogue with one another.

Warendorf flagship store by Blocher Blocher Shops, Düsseldorf – Germany

March 14th, 2014

Right-angled wall elements form the framework for the exhibited kitchens. From the outside they appear neutral but inside they are tailored to the different furnishing styles. This spatial design offers again and again interesting perspectives to the customers and invites them to a discovery journey through the different style worlds.

Street One fashion store by project ARC & Ansorg, Paderborn – Germany

March 13th, 2014

Illuminated campaign motifs as well as a picture wall as an eye catcher, together with handwritten signposts attract the gaze of the customer to the current web activities of the brand such as the Street One fashion blog or the Facebook pages.

Cagnolati optometry by HEIKAUS, Duisburg – Germany

March 11th, 2014

The design line of the entire sales and consulting area with 200 m² already becomes clear in the entrance area: a continuous purist language of forms, white furnishings, white ceilings and walls are accentuated by blue colour segments in different nuances.

Heim branding by VisualCast Designology

March 9th, 2014

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.

Hook & Eye showroom by DITTEL | ARCHITEKTEN, Stuttgart – Germany

February 28th, 2014

The interior design is kept very low-key on purpose to bring out the colours of the furniture pieces. The light colour of white glazed coniferous wood is combined with grey tones. The display furnishings are made of natural, sober materials and shapes to place the accent on the furniture.

POP-UP STORES! Denham pop-up store, Berlin – Germany

February 28th, 2014

A row of wall-mounted scissors lines the wall and serve as clothing hooks. A blend of enlarged photographs, industrial props and vintage furniture is used to spice up Denham’s shop.

Gamsei artesian cocktail bar, Munich – Germany

February 25th, 2014

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.

Trigema store by Heikaus, Stuttgart – Germany

February 17th, 2014

The wide-open façade and generous insights through the shop windows have an inviting effect. The individual product groups are emphasized in colour to create a clear structure for customers. The sporty textiles are skilfully presented on high-quality goods presenters in rounded wall niches.