Stand’s main design icon was the archway that lies on through stand area from begining to the end. Floors and ceilings of this arch was covered with NG Kutahya Seramik’s tiles, so everywhere was an exhbition area. All exterior columns surrounded by big transparent stars made up of Serge Ferrari textiles and led wall washers. These details reflected Kutahya’s ‘bright future’ expectation.
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The name may suggest otherwise, but there’s not an inch of azure in sight at Monsieur Bleu. Named after a fictional character, Monsieur Bleu – the restaurant that is already hailed as the place to be seen this summer, not least for its interior design by French architect Joseph Dirand – has just opened at [...]
Located in the center of Munich, the restaurant is famous for its bowling alley and urban industrial interior, designed by owner Stephanie Thatenhorst and interior designer Kristina Stöckel. The interiors feature an urban industrial feel with barn lighting and a few modern touches—concrete flooring, hanging bulb pendant lights and metallic tiles.
The wooden flooring, whitewashed walls and carefully selected range of wooden furniture and displays form the perfect backdrop for the store’s merchandise. This is a one-stop lifestyle emporium as it not only carries men’s and women’s fashion collections, but also a matching range of cosmetics and products for your beloved home.
The name ‘Waffles’ is a tribute to vintage sneakers from the ‘70s and a promise to potential customers that their feet are in for a real treat. We wanted to craft an environment similar to that of a candy store. White tiles covering both the wall behind the counter and the counter itself generate the desired atmosphere.