Posts Tagged ‘germany’

Deloitte Digital office by PLY, Düsseldorf – Germany

April 16th, 2017

A stop-motion studio was developed as well as a living kitchen with open fire space, green walls with living plants and last but not least lots of casual meetings, presentation rooms, formal meetings and space for focused working.

Gibam Composit stand by anidride\design at Euroshop 2017, Düsseldorf – Germany

April 10th, 2017

In the center of the stand is placed a nearly 8 meters long table where visitors can start learning about this new configuration system, developed by Gibam as a service to his clients. This tool guides designers in their job allowing rapid and accurate development of ideas and projects, to experience many different solutions in a short time and in any place.

Café h_da by why the friday, Darmstadt – Germany

April 8th, 2017

The vocabulary of color and materials shows the corporate design of the department computer sciences and makes the room special.

Mythologia restaurant by Dimitris Economou, Worms – Germany

April 7th, 2017

Unique and elaborate construction on the walls, empowered by gold and bronze strikes, seagull designs on the roof, all compose a new era in Greece-inspired design aesthetics, in a magnificent attempt to surpass the common decades-long folkloresque decoration, infused with replicas of pillars and statues.

Candice Cooper – Color Rocks by DFROST, Stuttgart and Düsseldorf – Germany

March 29th, 2017

Colorful Spring: For the new ROCK Basic Collection of the Italian shoe brand Candice Cooper an innovative pop-up concept was developed, which is installed at Breuninger Stuttgart and Düsseldorf. Focus of the remarkable presentation is on the variety of colors and exclusiveness of the handmade leather shoes.

Hans Boodt Mannequins Expect the Unexpected stand at Euroshop 2017, Düsseldorf – Germany

March 27th, 2017

Hans Boodt mannequins focuses on current trends. Not only in fashion and architecture, but also interior design, movies and the media. They invite you into a world where soft and rich materials such as velvet and brass give a surprising twist to the contrasting hard and cold textures like glass and marble.

Deck5 and KL Druck booth at Euroshop 2017, Düsseldorf – Germany

March 20th, 2017

The contrast of spectacular motives and calm areas with wood surfaces or patterns, made this booth a place to spot something new around every corner.

VITRA village at Euroshop 2017, Düsseldorf – Germany

March 16th, 2017

“The village” conceptualizes a shopping experience that meets the expectations of today’s consumers. With the way we live, work, and shop changing constantly, classic product displays are evolving into multi-faceted purchasing experiences that are integrated with digital technology.

Mondo Eatery by Neoos Design, Nuremberg – Germany

March 15th, 2017

The word Mondo was the starting point for Neoos Design to conceive a concept based on nature and the outdoors. From that point, natural colors, warm materials and nature-shape forms were chosen to achieve an open and welcoming space where customers would feel relaxed in the heart of Nuremberg.

Solera supermarket by Masquespacio, Cologne – Germany

March 9th, 2017

The augmenting popularity of Spanish gastronomy in Germany, made that Pepa Bascón in 2016 decided to open a new ‘cash & carry’ supermarket with the aim to offer a specific service to non-professional clients in Cologne. For that she contacted Masquespacio to design her new brand and interior space.

Atlantic House office by Peter Schmidt Group, Hamburg – Germany

March 8th, 2017

Atlantic House, in Hamburg’s St. Pauli district, has been a part of the new skyline between the Reeperbahn and Landungsbrücken since 2003 and now offers a spectacular view over the harbour from the conference level of its 19th floor, where almost 100 m² of lounge space is today waiting for spontaneous meetings and evening events to be etched into its memory.

LinkedIn Office by Il Prisma, Munich – Germany

March 3rd, 2017

While the reception area represents the global values of the brand with a local touch through an immersive arrival experience, all spaces are organized around the “Landmarke” area, where the DACH nature inspires an iconic All Hands area. The central space leads to a breakout area where natural materials are integrated with modern appliances, and where an alpine-chic treehouse is dedicated to informal meetings.

Full House exhibition by Stefan Diez, Cologne – Germany

March 2nd, 2017

Visitors to MAKK will get an inside look at key moments in Diez’s development processes of furniture, luminaires and accessories. Spanning 15 years, the exhibit showcases international award-winning projects as well as ongoing projects like the Guise luminaire for Vibia and the D1 and D2 chairs for Wagner.

Jade Serenity Café by Bethan Gray at Ambiente 2017, Frankfurt – Germany

March 1st, 2017

In the café, a muted palette of sea-greens and blues is punctuated by dyed Italian veneer and solid brass inlay, applied throughout the space by master craftsmen. Above, a sea of aquamarine balloons lower the ceiling, creating an intimate space for guests to relax, reflect, and re-energize away from the cacophonic surroundings.

Mercedes-Benz Museum by UNStudio, Stuttgart – Germany

February 28th, 2017

Inside, walking down the ramps of the Museum, surrounded by cars of different ages and types, the visitor is reminded of driving down the highway.

Otto Wulff Projektentwicklung showroom, Hamburg – Germany

February 27th, 2017

The space is split into a variety of areas – a reception, waiting area, sales and meeting rooms, an area for sampling and selecting materials, a world of living and a bathroom exhibition. Dirk Hollweg’s design is based on visual perception hierarchies: bright-dark contrasts or graduations in brightness establish a sense of drama, specifically emphasise individual areas in the space and enable these to visually come to the foreground.

IntercityHotel by Matteo Thun + Partners, Braunschweig – Germany

February 24th, 2017

Aesthetic and technical durability are the main characteristics of all IntercityHotels. It is the result of a long tradition of evolutionary advancement. It is about simplicity and clarity. It is more than just simple – it creates an emotional connection between host and guest.

Motel One Head Office by Ippolito Fleitz Group, Munich – Germany

February 22nd, 2017

The Munich headquarters bring together the company’s head office and a regular hotel under one roof. The office space is complemented by a conference and staff training centre, as well as a public restaurant. All areas are accessed from a shared lobby.

Motel One Campus Restaurant by Ippolito Fleitz Group, Munich – Germany

February 22nd, 2017

The Campus Restaurant caters to three different user groups: It is designed as an attractive restaurant and bar location for hotel guests and visitors, while also serving as a canteen for staff. The restaurant extends upwards over two storeys. The entrance from the lobby is set within a large glass wall, which stretches from floor to ceiling and makes an inviting gesture.

Roy Robson booth at Panorama Berlin by bontempo, Berlin – Germany

February 10th, 2017

It was the target to create a new atmosphere for the booth of Roy Robson – and against the standards of usual bright exhibition illumination. Design and lightning concept reflected the interaction of branding, corporate identity and collections highlights on a homogeneous area.