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Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal loves modern architecture. He comes from a family of builders who have built more than 20 projects in the last ten years near Delhi in India. He has recently started writing about the architectural projects that catch his imagination.

SUPERMARKET concept space Berlin in Germany by CONCEPT/DISTRICT studio

 
June 21st, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: CONCEPT/DISTRICT studio 

The concept of SUPERMARKET which won several designa wareds opened his first concept store in Belgrade. Since 2014 it is also located in Berlin. The historically protected BIKINI HAUS, built in 1957 by Paul Schwe be sand Hans Schosz berger received a renovation in 2013 and was provided with an unique concept. The 7,000 square meter roof terrace with the view to the Berlin Zoo is the high light of the complex and the home of SUPERMARKET  Berlin. SUPERMARKET Berlin sees it self as a project space which is comprised of different functional are a sover 800 sqm. The large and open space is divided by the 25 meterlong bar which already starts in the entrance are a and extends through out the whole room. The bar is further segmented in to three themes. The Coffeé, Juice andliquor/wine bar. The furniture canbe move dandad justed easily which allows high flexibility. Materials such as steel and wood under line the industrial character of the large and open space. The colorful furniture and floral fabrics give the space a funky, humorousand relaxed impression.

Image Courtesy © Lejla Krstic

Image Courtesy © Lejla Krstic

  • Architects: CONCEPT/DISTRICT studio, Lejla Krstic
  • Project: SUPERMARKET concept space Berlin
  • Location: Berlin, Germany
  • Field: Store Design

Image Courtesy © Lejla Krstic

Image Courtesy © Lejla Krstic

Supermarket conceptspace Berlin is an in terdisciplinary space which equally show case the different funcional areas. The design and architecture for the toilet sand washingrooms played a major role for the whole concept. By the use of accurate arrangement of light and objects the visitors cognition is becoming clouded. With this creativ approach it was possible to create an associated washingroom for ladies and gents. By so phisticated placement of floor-to-ceiling mirrors we created an illusi on which makes the room look much larger and bigger than it is. The suprise effect and the play with the customers perception create a place of communication in generally privat and an onymous area.

Image Courtesy © Lejla Krstic

Image Courtesy © Lejla Krstic

Image Courtesy © Lejla Krstic

Image Courtesy © Lejla Krstic

Image Courtesy © Lejla Krstic

Image Courtesy © Lejla Krstic

Image Courtesy © Lejla Krstic

Image Courtesy © Lejla Krstic

Image Courtesy © Lejla Krstic

Image Courtesy © Lejla Krstic

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