Articles tagged Germany

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Discovering the luxury and liberty of prison

Offenburg, Germany – In the former prison Hotel Liberty, the experience of incarceration is inverted to give guests a luxurious escape from the outside world.

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Dittel Architekten shines the light on a new urban area with Eduard’s

STUTTGART, Germany – The warm, welcoming glow of Eduard’s cocktail bar is intended to suggest the intoxicating tones of a glass of Bulleit Bourbon.

Billboard: Dezeen Jobs
Billboard: Dezeen Jobs
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Dittel Architekten creates a four-of-a-kind dining experience in Enso

STUTTGART, Germany – In the new Dorotheen Quartier, Enso Sushi & Grill provides guests with dining styles inspired by Japanese traditions.

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Sailing into new waters: Dittel Architekten places Sansibar in urban context

STUTTGART, Germany – Herbert Seckler’s Sylt-island restaurant is transformed into the sleek and modern gastronomic flagship of the new Dorotheen Quartier shopping centre.

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Humans, come and say Hello, Robot

WEIL AM RHEIN – Delve into the world of robotics at the Vitra Design Museum with over 200 exhibits that analyse the role of robots in literature, society and our daily lives. 

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The best of IMM Cologne 2017

COLOGNE – The best of IMM considers what makes us feel most at home – whether at the office, in a concert hall, or out in the garden.

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Simplicity marks Andrea Tognon's interior for the Jil Sander flagship in Berlin

BERLIN – Emulating the clean lines of Jil Sander fashions is the label’s new Berlin flagship, which is the work of Andrea Tognon Architecture. 

Elbphilharmonie by Herzog & de Meuron Architekten. Photo Iwan Baan
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Drones take you inside Herzog and de Meuron’s long-awaited concert hall

HAMBURG – Tonight, the second largest city in Germany will celebrate the official opening of the Elbphilharmonie with a festival of classical music.

Billboard: Mack Brooks Exhibitions (Inprint)
Billboard: Mack Brooks Exhibitions (Inprint)
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Modest materials generate a sensory experience at Frankfurter Buchmesse

FRANKFURT – By stacking simple plastic sheets, Civic and Matters formed an ever-changing landscape at Frankfurter Buchmesse’s Dutch-Flemish pavilion.

Ackerstrassa 29 by NPS Tchoban Voss. Photos Werner Huthmacher
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NPS Tchoban Voss thinks outside the box with scattered concrete frames

BERLIN – In Berlin's borough of Mitte, Ackerstrasse 29 stands out from the crowd as a residential building with a rather uncommon external appearance.

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Uanmee awakens the overlooked category of home textiles

NEURENBERG – Bed-linen brand Uanmee fuses the worlds of sport and ready-to-wear with a digital aesthetic.  

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The Invisible Party's tongue-in-cheek twists rejuvenate the luxury-hotel market

DÜSSELDORF – Designed by Dutch studio The Invisible Party, Hotel The Fritz marks a transformation from tradition to contemporary luxury.