So as to improve interaction between the two areas the existing wall between the two shops is being opened up further by the creation of two new passages. In terms of size and shape they will correspond to the existing passage. Since only part of the wall will disappear the work is justifiable in terms of both construction and economic impact. It produces a clear layout and makes it easy for customers to make their way round.
The jewelry area is made the focal point of the shop and is positioned in the center. A solid matt glass convolution creates various spatial areas. It serves a backbone and as a structural framework for the jewelry showcases. Depending on what is on show, these can be arranged in different numbers and configurations.
Client: Bayerischer Kunstgewerbeverein
Area: 220 m2
Date of Completion: 2000
Landau + Kindelbacher Architects Interior Designers