The setting changes dramatically when entering the very heart of the store, where a mirrored ceiling reflects the fluffy carpet with a Trompe-l’œuil motif of disorderly stacked kelims, and which is another nod to Maison Martin Margiela’s creative heritage.
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Simple bench style characteristics were incorporated, with features including a mix of traditional timber on a metal framework for formal and casual china providing a contemporary take on a Welsh dresser style while a stylish pantry idea was chosen to house china, mugs and plates stacked high behind slim, metal framed doors.
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.
The Porsche brand architecture for its retail outlets is distinguished by the extremely high extent to which it is globally implementable. Crucial to its success is a timeless, long-lasting and easily recognizable architecture concept. The new interior is true to the brand, is based on the consistent development of tried-and-tested design principles and is thus in line with the Porsche brand core “Intelligent Performance”.
Working with this historic base, gpstudio added simple yet beautifully made furniture. This furniture works with the architectural detail to create an atmosphere of purity and simplicity, which remains relevant to today’s consumer. Elements of opulence have been added by way of Murano glass candelabras.
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.
The space was brought to life thanks to the design and craft of a handful of local artisans. Each fixture and element was designed and produced bespoke for Wildfang, from the plymonds invented and crafted by Spencer Staley at the Good Mod, to the rails and chairs by furniture designer Eric Trine, to the 250 sq ft carving wall build by Flying Hammer and hand carved by artist Mark Searcy.