Posts Tagged ‘Plajer & Franz Studio’

Galeries Lafayette department store by Plajer & Franz studio, Istanbul – Turkey

December 28th, 2017

Newly interpreted design elements, interesting mixtures of materials, special lighting scenarios and color accents create a distinctive shopping experience. For example, French panels are “engraved” into the deep bronze window frames at the main entrance.

PUMA’s black label stores by Plajer & Franz Studio, Bejing – China and Osaka – Japan

September 8th, 2016

The result is a simple and functional store design with references to various every-day sport activities such as cycling.

A space – temporary showroom – by Plajer & Franz Studio, Berlin – Germany

December 24th, 2014

It’s design is marked by the mix between rough and edgy – according to the building site character of the location – and very refined and elegant elements. This symbiosis turns the space into an eye-catcher while offering great opportunities for counseling and sales conversations.

EB group office by plajer & franz studio, Berlin – Germany

September 11th, 2014

The simple yet functional design of the interior is dominated by rectangular shapes, high quality materials and a reserved colour palette. Combined, these elements unite the varied working environments within the EB GROUP whilst offering a pleasant working atmosphere.

EB group showroom by plajer & franz studio, Berlin – Germany

September 5th, 2014

Here, round, fluid forms mixed with high-quality materials and a restrained colour palette create an inviting atmosphere whilst clearly expressing competence and trust at the same time.

SIXT trade show stand by Plajer & Franz Studio, Munich – Germany

August 15th, 2014

A trade show stand designed for germany’s biggest car rental company communicating the international activities and global performance of Sixt.

Porsche Design store at Breuninger by Plajer & Franz Studio, Stuttgart

August 14th, 2014

Developed as a prototype store and the first to display the newly developed retail design concept by Plajer & Franz Studio, the PORSCHE DESIGN store-in-store in Stuttgart’s prestigious department store Breuninger perfectly reflects the DNA of the brand. The store design is simple and functional with intelligent detail solutions.

BMW lifestyle store by Plajer & Franz Studio, Munich – Germany

August 13th, 2014

The idea for this retail space for BMW was to bring a warm touch of lifestyle into the cool world of technology and acceleration.

Karl Lagerfeld flagship store by plajer & franz studio & Vizona, London

March 26th, 2014

Throughout the entire space mirrors and walls of light illuminates and enhances the collection on display. Modern black and white features are juxtaposed against classic accents, all offset by shiny and matte elements.

Galeries Lafayette department store by Plajer & Franz Studio, Jakarta

July 23rd, 2013

The “coupole” – an emblem of the great architecture of the Parisian department store – is also respectively celebrated within the store design for Galeries Lafayette in Jakarta. It reapears as an over-sized ceiling and lighting element on all four floors marking the crossing points between various segments and thus highlighting the DNA of the brand.

Karl Lagerfeld store by Plajer & Franz Studio, Berlin

July 12th, 2013

Huge Berlin style double-wing doors make a great appearance in the store, simultaneously giving the space a feeling of a classic apartment and separating the shopping area from the fitting rooms. Further, open ceilings and exposed brick walls slurried with a very thin white plaster break through the overall elegance of the store thus appearing very Berlin-like.

Levi’s Iconstore by Plajer & Franz Studio, Berlin

July 1st, 2013

Levi’s Iconstore by Plajer & Franz Studio, Berlin

Karl Lagerfeld store by Plajer & Franz Studio and Laird + Partners, Paris – Updated

March 20th, 2013

On March 1st 2013 the first European store for Karl Lagerfeld Paris opens on boulevard St. Germain. The new store concept was designed and implemented by Berlin based Plajer & Franz Studio in cooperation with Karl Lagerfeld and New York based creative agency Laird + Partners.

Puma premium store by Plajer & Franz Studio, Osaka – Japan

March 7th, 2013

With a very light and flexible design, the use of materials such as black steel, plywood panels combined with re-used gym flooring elements and the mixture of matte and high gloss surfaces, the black label area carries a visible sports heritage.

geometry store Plajer & Franz Studio, Berlin

November 2nd, 2012

Despite of the unique atmosphere combined with homey elements like waiting areas with rugs and dna lamps the design is not playing with the impossible. All aspects of the retail architecture and the associated presentation of the merchandise are planned and implemented right down to the last detail.

Giacomo restaurant by Plajer & Franz Studio, Berlin

October 23rd, 2012

Giacomo restaurant by Plajer & Franz Studio, Berlin

Universum Lounge by Plajer & Franz Studio, Berlin

October 1st, 2012

Associations with a 1960´s vision of intergalactic travel are fostered by an extensi ve use of brown and white imitation lea ther; heavy, dark blue curtains at the entrance area; and built-in ”windows” for viewing crisp slides of space scenes.

Puma store by Plajer & Franz Studio, Munich

May 3rd, 2012

Theatinerstrasse is Munich’s famous shopping promenade and home to Puma’s new redesigned store. Plajer & Franz Studio under the direction of Ales Kernjak (head of global store concepts, Puma Retail ag) gave the shop a thorough makeover and filled the 326 sqm space with a dose of joy, innovation, simplicity as well as various local influences.

Puma store by Plajer & Franz Studio, London

April 26th, 2012

Re-designed Puma store back on London’s Carnaby street! After a complete makeover by Plajer & Franz Studio and under the direction of Ales Kernjak (head of global store concepts, Puma Retail ag) the Puma store on London’s Carnaby street re-opened on March 20th.

Puma Store by Plajer & Franz Studio, Paris

June 20th, 2011

Located in the main walking direction between the famous forum des Halles and the Centre Pompidou, the Puma flagship store on Boulevard de Sébastopol reopened after a complete redesign in april 2011.