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  5. Clemens Bachmann Architekten
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  7. Quiksilver Showroom / Clemens Bachmann Architekten

Quiksilver Showroom / Clemens Bachmann Architekten

  • 02:00 - 31 May, 2015
Quiksilver Showroom / Clemens Bachmann Architekten
Quiksilver Showroom / Clemens Bachmann Architekten, © Bernd Ducke
© Bernd Ducke

© Bernd Ducke © Bernd Ducke © Bernd Ducke © Bernd Ducke + 26

  • Architects

  • Location

    Munich, Germany
  • Architect in Charge

    Clemens Bachmann
  • Design Team

    Ben Rinkens, Nuno Mendes, Ricardo Goncalves, Brianna Cartwright, Sabine Wurm
  • Area

    1300.0 sqm
  • Project Year

  • Photographs

© Bernd Ducke
© Bernd Ducke

Text description provided by the architects. The starting point for this design concept draws inspiration from the industrial heritage of the building, with its rich history of former occupancies. The project preserves the authentic and rough character of the space, revealing the unique textures and stories expressed in the structure and materials such as the exposed steel trusses and worn concrete floor.

© Bernd Ducke
© Bernd Ducke
© Bernd Ducke
© Bernd Ducke

Within this industrial framework, Elements like racks, shelves and boxes are introduced for displaying the clothes and shoes. The palette of materials is kept neutral and desaturated, to allow the colours of the clothes themselves to be the main focus in the space. Plywood elements create warmth and the white walls accentuate the quality of light from the saw tooth clerestory windows.

© Bernd Ducke
© Bernd Ducke

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Cite: "Quiksilver Showroom / Clemens Bachmann Architekten" 31 May 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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