House B-Wald

Alexander Brenner Architekten designed this residence located in Stuttgart, Germany, using two anthracite-colored building volumes that glitter in the sunlight. Project description: The gate in between them opens to a private world. From up here, one looks down to the residence, a building com- posed of light-colored cubes and dark rectangular slabs. The roof, which is paved with red bricks, braces the single building units. Approaching the house via the curved access road reveals the Read more [...]
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House Am Oberen Berg

Alexander Brenner Architekten designed this spectacular house located in Stuttgart with fantastic views over the pool towards the valley. Project description: When approaching the building via the access road an in-depth layered picture is discernible. The northeast side of the house is an addition/a combination of white cubes. Each of them is recognizable as an individual structure when viewed from close up, but seen from a distance, they merge to form a unified whole. As you enter Read more [...]
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Wienerwald Restaurant

Ippolito Fleitz Group designed the interior for a fast-food chicken restaurant in Germany. The new interior roll out is fresh, energetic and active. They translate Wienerwald’s tradition of high quality, comfort and German cuisine into a new visual and architectural language. Photos by Zooey Braun Via CubeMe Read more [...]
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Das Neue Kubitscheck

Designliga created the new interior and branding for a patisserie in Munich. The project involved revamping a 1950′s confectioner’s in line with the company’s new slogan “Fuck the Backmischung!”, meaning “Fuck the Cake Mix”. The inter is divided by long benches forming smaller enclosures and cakes are displayed in a jumble of boxes mounted on the wall above the serving counter. Via dezeen Read more [...]
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Rooftop Apartment in Berlin

In Berlin-Charlottenburg, situated near the river Spree, Iris Steinbeck Architekten realized a new interior for the rooftop apartment as private residence, for a businesswoman internationally active in the field of lifestyle and sustainable development. Modern design together with collectors’ pieces and design classics provide the space with an individual touch. The long, white, backlit sideboards create a light and comfortable atmosphere. Self-designed furniture and objects in different shades Read more [...]
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Jackie Su Restaurant

German design studio RAUMINRAUM designed the interior of the Jackie Su Restaurant located in Bremen, Germany. The asian street kitchen character with a contemporary and clear interior is used for this small restaurant in Bremen’s city center. Concrete walls with an artwork presenting a smiling Jackie Su, bring red Asian characters while the large suspended acoustic ceiling and unclad air-conditioning ducts emphasize the urban ambience. Photos by Nikolai Wolff Via Read more [...]
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Orco Germany

Iris Steinbeck Architekten relied on the dissolution of segmented usage areas to projected the interior for Orco Germany, a company representation in Berlin. The entrée is dominated by an organically shaped reception desk. This element corresponds with a media wall in the waiting area. This wall simultaneously acts as frame for the blue backlit company logo as well as two integrated plasma screens, which can be concealed behind a sliding door if required. The reception area is connected Read more [...]
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Studio Ippolito Fleitz Group

The number of co-workers at Ippolito Fleitz Design Studio has grown with its tasks, therefore the architects and communications designers have jointly created for themselves a new place of work on a floor of an old office building in Stuttgart. The design of the space is in accordance with their own demanding standard as “identity architects”; the office is to be the hallmark that conveys their identity to both clients and co-workers. Two long work desks cultivate a creative and communicative Read more [...]
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Otto Bock HealthCare

Gnädinger Architects projected the Otto Bock HealthCare building located in the city of Berlin. Otto Bock HealthCare is a world leader in prosthetics and orthotics, reason why the organic-dynamic design of the six story building is based on the principles of nature. The facade bands have modeled the structure of muscle fibers that encircle the building structure in soft form. The soft appearance, combined with a unique facade media production, is an open, friendly and accessible institution, Read more [...]
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Field Chapel in Bödigheim

The students of the College of Architecture at the Illinois Institute of Technology, in collaboration with Ecker Architekten, designed and executed the ecumenical church in Bödigheim, Germany. The task of the design was to create a place of spirituality and quite reflection, but also a place that welcomes hikers and cyclists who appreciate a rest stop that has a sense of beauty. The structure is visible from afar but can only be reached by foot or by bicycle via a steep country lane. A Read more [...]
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