Posts Tagged ‘germany’

WFP Innovation Accelerator Office by INpuls, Munich – Germany

January 15th, 2017

The aim of the project was to create an inspiring platform with an open and communicative space in order for WFP to host a vast diversity of projects and initiatives. The open space concept balances the requirements of the projects as well as the needs of the people for more spaces and spots designed for work in concentration and silence.

Zalando office by Bruzkus Batek Architects, Berlin – Germany

January 14th, 2017

Bruzkus Batek architects have designed and conceptualised a multi-use “fashion hub” at the site, including a modern, fully featured canteen and terrace onto the interior courtyard. The space-efficient design of the wooden framed seating units with OSB surfaces, blends inviting warmth with the austere, industrial design of the host building in a truly exciting way.

The Fritz Hotel by The Invisible Party, Düsseldorf – Germany

December 29th, 2016

The Invisible Party likens the hotel to the sweetly nostalgic narrative of a Wes Anderson film: guests become regulars because of the energetic atmosphere and good company, not because of the decadent marble bathrooms and bellhops.

Café Liebes Bisschen by PARAT, Hamburg – Germany

December 23rd, 2016



Structured into two parts by wooden panelling on the one side and a signet on the other, the counter also houses an inset glass display for cakes, tartes, and gâteaux. With its window into the bakery, the backroom offers a quiet space for customers and can also be used for bookings.

Novacolor Stand at Farbe Ausbau & Fassade 2016 by Cristiano Bonesso+Partners, Munich – Germany

December 23rd, 2016



The decision to make large panels with decorative finishes, and support them by three large walls is aimed to invite the visitor to touch and pull over different surfaces and materials, involving them in the Novacolor stand dynamism.

GLS German Language School’s Campus & Office by CPM Architecten, Berlin – Germany

December 20th, 2016


The language school’s needs included several administration offices as well as a large variety of seminar rooms and small meeting rooms. The extremely strong demands of the listed building’s authorities were an additional challenge in the creation of a modern work environment.

Juwelier Bielert by Heikaus, Neustadt – Germany

December 19th, 2016

The first eye-catcher upon entering the store is a dark, completely mirrored ceiling opening with a highlight lamp made up of 120 individual LED glass spheres. This elaborate ceiling design has a brilliant and very elegant effect. Surrounding light strips give the room a generous and airy appearance while supporting the straight lines of its modern furnishing.

Occhio Store CGN by einszu33, Cologne – Germany

December 18th, 2016



The soft tone of large oak floorboards laid in a large-scale herringbone pattern goes perfectly with the rough surface of the internal walls treated with a fine-grained, mineral based plaster. The protagonists of the showroom are certainly the Occhio products themselves, displayed on so-called „space-stations“ – representing the Occhio universe.

Adidas Valley by ACTINCOMMON, Herzogenaurach – Germany

December 16th, 2016

Visual references to the world of sports is added through the combination of raw and urban materials, underlining our approach to create an attractive and unique work environment.

KJUS_7Sphere visual display by DFROST, Stuttgart – Germany

December 16th, 2016


The scalable visual display campaign functions not only as shop window but also in-store. The clean design creates a visual experience around brand and product both in the window and in-store.

Monday Consulting office by PARAT, Hamburg – Germany

December 12th, 2016

The overall concept is geared towards maximum flexibility so that a full range of events can be staged: every piece of furniture is mounted on wheels and lights are hung on sliding ceiling rails.

Medneo Office by Boka, Berlin – Germany

December 11th, 2016


With lots of space, glass and panoramic views over the city, a perfect atmosphere is provided to encourage productivity and creative problem solving. Spreading on the two top floors of the building the office features industrial elements that support the functional design and add a lofty character.

TIMESTUFF store by Susanne Kaiser Architektur & Interiordesign, Berlin – Germany

December 10th, 2016



Under the display are vitrines of glass and wood with drawers for the more products. The seating element in signal yellow in the Shopwindow is diplays from the street side the product and offers to take a seat down from the other side of the shop.

Christmas Campaign of Peek & Cloppenburg, Düsseldorf – Germany

December 3rd, 2016



Typical Christmas treats such as candy canes, Christmas crackers and gingerbread as well as an array of decorations including Christmas baubles, nutcrackers and fairy lights help create a festive ambience as extra-large elements displayed in the shop windows and retail spaces.

Primo Cafe Bar by DIA – Dittel Architekten, Tübingen – Germany

November 30th, 2016



A thematically adapted ceiling element with unusual catenary lights supports the cosy atmosphere. Golden accents in the lights take up the packaging design of the products and represent the exquisite coffee culture.

Teva Pharmaceuticals headquarters by CPM Architecten, Berlin – Germany

November 29th, 2016



We used sand colours for the carpets, light mostly white furnitures and daylight lamps as well as a lot of glass to achieve a light and open atmosphere. The teakitchens have bar seatings and windows to the corridors and are appreciated as much as the later added “smoothie corner” where employees are provided with fresh vegetables and fruit to create their own health drinks.

Museum of Southeast Asian art by John Pawson, Berlin – Germany

November 27th, 2016



The Feuerle Collection is a private museum hosting the contemporary art, Imperial Chinese furniture, and ancient Southeast Asian art collections of Désiré Feuerle.

Breuninger 135th anniversary window display by Dfrost, Düsseldorf – Germany

November 23rd, 2016



Colourful silhouettes are presented in and on the windows and invite to join the party. Happy Birthday!

Lidl Pop-Up Store by ACTINCOMMON, Hamburg – Germany

November 22nd, 2016

ACTINCOMMON designs the first temporary Lidl pop-up store in Hamburg. Right in the heart of up-beat shopping on Neuer Wall Lidl found itself amongst the high-society.

Oberpollinger department store renewal by Gonzalez Haase, Munich – Germany

November 19th, 2016



A well-balanced palette of hues adds a playful depth to the design of the 3,600 sqm. space. As said, Oberpollinger’s The Storey caters to young consumers, and obviously it stocks a wide range of men’s and women’s products that specifically appeal to this group.