CLOSED, Amsterdam, Interior Design

In 2004, the collaboration with the Hamburg based fashion label CLOSED started with the realisation of the company’s first flagship store in downtown Hamburg. Since then, the fashion label commissioned the interior design of all CLOSED stores and showrooms around the world with the briefing to establish a distinct global corporate architecture for the brand. The main interior features of all stores including the one in Amsterdam are casual yet polished environments. Services provided included design development, production of construction documents and artistic site supervision (planning phases 1-5), as well as planning and implementation of all furniture.

Facts

Client:
Closed GmbH
Location:
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Status:
Completed
Programme:
60 sqm store

Credits

Interior Design:
PHILIPP MAINZER OFFICE FOR ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN, planning phases 1-5
Team:
Johanna Egenolf, Kathrin Mainka
Local architect(s):
Vogel Architect, Sassenheim, The Netherlands, planning phases 6-9
Lighting:
ERCO
Furniture:
e15, Carl Hansen
Curtains:
Création Baumann
Carpet:
Kasthall
Photography:
Constantin Meyer

People Interactive, Cologne, Interior Design

Commissioned to convert the interior within an old warehouse building in the Belgium quarter of Cologne, an office layout was conceived based on generous and natural use of space, while featuring elements of the old structure such as the arched ceiling. The result is an atmosphere created especially for the needs of creative minds, maintaining good communication and space for contemplation.

Facts

Client:
People Interactive
Location:
Cologne, Germany
Status:
Completed
Programme:
113 sqm office space

Credits

Interior Design:
PHILIPP MAINZER OFFICE FOR ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN, planning phases 1-9
Team:
Anke Wollbrink
Furniture:
e15
Photography:
Constantin Meyer

CLOSED, Munich, Interior Design

In 2004, the collaboration with the Hamburg based fashion label Closed started with the realisation of the company’s first flagship store in downtown Hamburg. Since then, the fashion label commissioned the interior design of all Closed stores and showrooms around the world with the briefing to establish a distinct global corporate architecture for the brand. The main interior features of all stores including the one in Munich are casual yet polished environments.

Facts

Client:
Closed GmbH
Location:
Munich, Germany
Status:
Completed
Programme:
153 sqm store

Credits

Interior Design:
PHILIPP MAINZER OFFICE FOR ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN, planning phases 1-9
Team:
Johanna Egenolf, Kathrin Mainka
Lighting:
ERCO
Furniture:
e15, Carl Hansen
Curtains:
Création Baumann
Photography:
Constantin Meyer

e15, imm Cologne 2007, Cologne, Exhibition Design

The design of a pure and architectural exhibition stand reflecting e15’s distinct aesthetic was planned to communicate the introduction of the e15 Living concept for the brand’s 2007 collection. With a layout representing a generous one-story house, all living areas were represented. A special focus was placed on the debut of the sofa system SHIRAZ featured in various fabric combinations, creating a living landscape together with complementing products such as metal and wood side tables and carpets. The layout of the stand allowed the visitor to discover e15 products while wandering through different areas of a “residential house”.

Facts

Client:
e15 Design und Distributions GmbH
Location:
Cologne, Germany
Status:
Completed
Programme:
88 sqm presentation

Credits

Interior Design:
PHILIPP MAINZER OFFICE FOR ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN, planning phases 1-9
Team:
Farah Ebrahimi, Juliane Hartfiel
Photography:
Constantin Meyer