Posts Tagged ‘germany’

Denham store, Hamburg – Germany

June 24th, 2016

Vintage brass-handled tailor’s scissors, a fixture of the brand’s retail aesthetic, have been hand-modified to create garment displays, and furniture pieces have been clad in reclaimed american measuring sticks, pieced into a bespoke marquetry pattern.

O/M stand at Light+Building 2016, Frankfurt – Germany

June 19th, 2016

Precisely defined outlines of light and shadow play in its geometric spaces; intersections serve as entrances and passages, guiding visitors’ courses, while the stand’s outside intrigues passerby about its interior design. Product and technical information is sharply framed under each beam of light, avoiding the need for redundant light sources.

Liebeskind Berlin store, Riverhead – New York

June 13th, 2016

The store features exposed ceilings, a manufactured wood planks floor, and concrete-finish and metal display fixtures manufactured in Germany.

Sport Schwab store by Konrad Knoblauch, Ellwangen – Germany

June 10th, 2016

The well-known Schwab cottage feeling was to be retained. To improve the ambience, the small shingle roof was removed, the existing slabs on the walls stayed, but the colours were changed and wood was added on the ceiling and on the floor.

‘Fascination Sports Cars – The Future of Performance’ Porsche exhibition by VAVE, Berlin – Germany

June 8th, 2016

A personalized performance card leads the visitor through the exhibition. At an „Inspiration Table” the visitor can get in direct interaction with the brand, learn about technologies of tomorrow or configure and identify his personal Porsche sports car.

Sons & Daughters store by Konrad Knoblauch, Memmingen – Germany

May 27th, 2016

The material and colour concept sets the stage perfectly for the friendly and colourful assortment of products. Shelves of solid spruce, brushed and oiled, harmonise beautifully with the grey painted walls.

Acne Studios boutique by Sophie Hicks, Munich – Germany

May 27th, 2016

The palette is understated and with a slight futuristic twist, captured by panels of shiny polished steel exposed concrete and rows of fluorescent lamps.

Fleesensee Schlosshotel by Kitzig Interior Design – Architecture Group, Fleesensee – Germany

May 17th, 2016

The new design concept of the restaurant combines historic architecture with new, modern and opulent aspects.

Vorne Fair Stand Fensterbau Frontale 2016 by YERce Architecture, Nurnberg – Germany

May 16th, 2016

When choosing materials, it is preferred to have neutral and non-textured vertical surfaces to the front of which the products were placed and textured and live inclined surfaces on the top elevation to provide a balance by adding warmth to the subject.

someday showroom by Konrad Knoblauch, Sindelfingen – Germany

May 13th, 2016

Using only three materials – solid oak, velvety painted surfaces in cream colours and powder-coated metal – a harmonious and flattering world of colours is created.

WURF II installation by BORGMAN | LENK, Grimma – Germany

May 11th, 2016

The large stone imitation is hanging on a 13 m long steel cable from the roof truss of the 580 year old Monastery Church of Grimma near Leipzig.

ICD-ITKE Research Pavilion 2015-16, Stuttgart – Germany

May 10th, 2016

The pavilion consists of 151 segments that were prefabricated by robotic sewing. Each of them is made out of three individually laminated beech plywood strips.

LUDWIG tapas bar by Konrad Knoblauch, Markdorf – Germany

May 6th, 2016

The fusion of southern German hospitality and culinary influences from around the world is also reflected in the furnishings. The tables and shelves are made from maritime pine panels.

Georg Jensen jewellery by Studio David Thulstrup, Munich – Germany

May 6th, 2016

Further inside the store, the newly introduced men’s area along with the private sales area, offer a darker and warmer atmosphere with walls of dark walnut and high vertical timber slats.

Deutsche Telekom Trade Fair Stand at Hannover Messe 2015 by hartmannvonsiebenthal, Hannover – Germany

May 6th, 2016

At the Hannover Messe Industrie 2015, Deutsche Telekom once again demonstrates its innovation potential for the ‘Smart Factory’ – this time under the heading ‘Connected Industry’.

Binder Optik Eyewear specialist by DIA – Dittel Architekten, Backnang – Germany

May 3rd, 2016

In addition to the colour scheme, the use of wood and textiles makes for a friendly atmosphere in the room.

followfish office by Konrad Knoblauch, Friedrichshafen – Germany

May 3rd, 2016

The large overseas shipping container is the highlight of the office. Its many experiences at sea are now joined by the spectacular transport to the followfish territory: during the construction phase, the container was lifted into the building by crane and suspended from the ceiling.

Dynamic Commerce office, Kulmbach – Germany

May 2nd, 2016

36 workplaces, more conference rooms, a training room for up to 30 people and lots of space to make team work a much more enjoyable experience.

Kloeckner I-Office by Susanne Kaiser, Berlin – Germany

April 29th, 2016

The result is a table system made of red powder-coated steel, sideboards with space for indoor planting and space for folders, wardrobe and a levitating bar made of steel beams.

Nude ‘Simple is beautiful’ stand by Demirden Design, Frankfurt – Germany

April 28th, 2016

Stand and exhibiting elements let the observer explore the space through senses and its simplicity lies within the loft concept. Plain furniture choices allow nudity of the products to dissolve in the exhibition area.