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Rosenthal Store Munich / Store concept

Rosenthal Store Munich

Discipline: Interior Architecture

Rosenthal Store Munich
Rosenthal Store Munich
Rosenthal Store Munich
Rosenthal Store Munich
Rosenthal Store Munich
Rosenthal Store Munich

Discipline: Interior Architecture

The new Rosenthal store concept in Munich designed by Kilian Schindler builds a unique bridge between the old and very traditional process of manufacturing porcelain and a very modern interior concept store. The production of porcelain, its matte and shiny surfaces and certain elements of the manufacturing itself have significantly influenced the design. The floor for example has been designed in the look of raw porcelain paste. Gold and stainless steel elements add shine, and play on elegant porcelain decors. A porcelain curtain and a plate wall complete the interior with sculptural elements that create the link between art and porcelain.

  • DATE OF LAUNCH 2017

  • DEVELOPMENT TIME up to 12 months

  • TARGET REGIONS Asia, Europe

  • TARGET GROUPS Consumer / User

Client / Manufacturer

Rosenthal

Rosenthal GmbH
Selb, Germany

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Design

Bureau Kilian Schindler

Bureau Kilian Schindler
Karlsruhe, Germany

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