Posts Tagged ‘germany’

Perfumery Stephan by DIA – Dittel Architekten, Speyer – Germany

October 9th, 2013

The first-class materials include details of brass, bright oak and a colouring between black, white and grey. The floor was covered with large tiles in the subtle look of concrete. In the area of skin care elegant tiles are shining from the back of the shelves.

Vero Moda Flagship Store at Alexa Mall by Riis Retail, Berlin

October 7th, 2013

The primary entrance on the first floor is covered in white Carrara marble contrasted by the iconic Vero Moda diode logo. The white front area of the store creates and inspirational impact zone with large podium combinations and wardrobe furniture of various heights.

Stoffsüchtig store by Holger Berg, Hamburg – Germany

October 6th, 2013

Separate from the showroom floor, three LED-lit changing-room cubes present different scenarios. From a dark cloudy sky to a confessional and finally a padded room, I wanted to tell a drug-addict´s story.

City hall by Coast Office, Weinstadt – Germany

October 1st, 2013

Coast Office has designed a professional and transparent city hall for the City of Weinstadt in Germany. The new city hall provides for a number of possible functions using a variety of office spaces and meeting rooms – many of which are walled with glass or fabric. My favorite element is the bars of light in the room with the vaulted ceiling.

BAUKNECHT showroom by didid, Berlin – Germany

September 30th, 2013

The presentation room, completely covered in 132 sq m of mirrors on the outside, picks up on the modern linearity of the BAUKNECHT brand, whilst simultaneously using its mirror motif to enter into a symbiotic relationship with the ballroom and thereby creating a link to the exclusive ambience of the hotel. The dynamic positioning of the structure creates a spatial experience of a special kind, as new viewing angles continuously arise.

Starbucks store at Sony Center – Potsdammer Platz, Berlin

September 25th, 2013

The store design is based on the modern architecture surrounding our store. When you enter there is a free standing bar at which you can sit as well to see what the Barista’s are doing.

L’ Oréal Academy by Engels Architektur, Munich – Germany

September 24th, 2013

The concept of the training center consists of two basic design elements: The “Wall of Faces” and the “Wall of Products”, which extend over two floors.

Between Time pop-up showcase, Berlin – Germany

September 24th, 2013

Breaking from conventions of the typical showroom mono-culture, the curators Pöppler & Hofstetter are creating a lavish world poised at the intersection of interior architecture studio, fine art gallery and home furnishings boutique; embellished with an alchemical mix of hand selected design elements.

ADCO outdoor store by K.U.L.T.OBJEKT, Freiburg – Germany

September 23rd, 2013

Among other interesting features, there is a glass floor on the ground floor, which is designed to be walked upon. This transparent floor surface exposes a view into the mysterious ‘underworld’ with ferns and rocks, almost like at the Hobbits in Middle-earth.

Samsung Roadshow by Dalziel and Pow, Germany

September 19th, 2013

The hub area acts as the heart of the exhibition and holds the newest and most advanced products, demonstrating how they connect and control each other. The modular structure here stands at 4.5m high and creates a blue saturated area both in colour and light.

Vater&Sohn store, Hamburg – Germany

September 17th, 2013

The inspiring merchandising of the shop with vintage chairs, lamps, signs and so on is mainly put together of antiques that belongs to Tobias, and it fits perfectly into the concept.

Google is your friend interactive exhibition by Anke Willsch & Deborah Taranto, Essen – Germany

September 16th, 2013

Through the course of the exhibit, the walls showed informational graphics, computer interfaces, light installations, projections, physical computing elements and architectural interior design, all aligned into a dramaturgically heightening concept.

Netzkern office, Wuppertal – Germany

September 16th, 2013

Netzkern’s new office space is housed in refurbished loft, which gives them right around 700sqm. All “Kernkräfte” (as netzkern employees call themselves) are located on a shared floor, with plenty of conference, training and working rooms offer ample space for individual time to focus. Meeting rooms and casual seating areas are located nearby staff workstations for easy access.

ORO VIVO store by Heikaus, Sindelfingen – Germany

September 16th, 2013

Tasteful product displays in high-quality, finely processed display cases ensure a good overview and orientation among the different product groups. The violet flooring, comfortably padded armchairs and velvet curtains in matching colour put any customer at ease and invite visitors to stay for a cup of espresso.

Aeria Games office by LINDEMANN PROJEKTNET, Berlin

September 11th, 2013

Online gaming company Aeria Games has moved their European-based team into a beautiful office space along the Spree River in Berlin. With interiors designed by Lindemann Projektnet, the office space has a pretty incredible look and feel.

Luis Huber make-up studio by Designliga, Munich – Germany

September 9th, 2013

Luis Huber is an exceptionally warm-hearted person who loves the tango and the patina of beautiful objects. Before he opened his studio, an old make-up case was the centre of all his creative activities. The case contains all the tools and equipment he needs for his work, and is still a constant companion on his working travels.

Davies Meyer office, Hamburg – Germany

September 9th, 2013

The multifaceted design of the venue reflects the vast amount of colorful and lively inspiration its neighborhood provides. Monochrome walls contrast with decorative wallpaper. Spacious common areas alternate with concentrated work spaces.

Halle A offices by Designliga, Munich – Germany

September 6th, 2013

The structure of the hall interior is determined by two ridge-roof buildings containing two floors of individual offices. Together with the old foreman’s office, they form an ensemble which produces the effect of a roofed village square in the intervening space.

‘FAVORS! by cbr’ store by dan pearlman, Berlin – Germany

August 31st, 2013

Lavish product display tables greet customers and present the variety of products in the space. Urban materials like steel are combined with warm, bright wood structural elements, creating a contrast that brings out optimally the colours of the modern product line. Innovative shelving and signage systems make possible presenting products and brands on a large-scale.

Pioneer flagship store by HALFMANN MENNICKHEIM & Vizona, Wolfsburg – Germany

August 15th, 2013

The design is based on sustainable materials like concrete and plywood, in combination with smoked glass and bare metal. Fixture details like rubber end-caps with an embossed logo, give the system an authentic, functional look.