Breuninger Premium Designer Floor Stuttgart
- Planning of a new premium designer floor
- Marktplatz 1-3, 70173 Stuttgart, Germany
- 1,000 m²
- E. Breuninger GmbH & Co.
Space for the extraordinary
For the Breuninger flagship store in Stuttgart, blocher partners created a spatial symbiosis of the Breuninger brand with international designer labels: On more than 1,000 square metres, a Premium Designer Floor with approximately 30 of the top luxury labels. Since 1992, blocher partners has been collaborating with Breuninger. Its accomplishments include Breuninger Stuttgart.read more
The result is a venue that emphasizes the impact of brand names and at the same time channels the Breuninger charisma. The designers managed this by consistently playing with contrasting materials and using a simplified design for maximum flexibility. On one hand, materials like leather and bronze convey warmth and sensuality; on the other hand, dark glass and Carrera marble convey coolness and discretion. The tension of contrasts is heightened through the symbiosis of dark brown and glossy-white painted surfaces, and continues in the use of furnishings of various heights, depths and sizes. Visitors stroll through the space, without the Carrera marble flooring determining a particular path.
Subtly nuanced worlds of brands
Breuninger used the distribution of retail floors, including the ground floor and a mezzanine level that is accessible via a few steps, in order to spatially separate the absolute high-level labels from the other luxury brand names. The planners subtly oriented their designs to specific target groups.read more
Brand cubes communicate brand names: In the black glass cubes, each label's name is backlit on white Plexiglas. A huge, modern chandelier at the entrance also says luxury. The rectangular fixture has square lighting elements: Filigree frames covered with black gauze, inside which Swarowski stones glisten. Each shop within a shop make its own statement, from Burberry to Saint Laurent – and yet blocher partners integrated the shops into an overall design, using a uniform, transparent façade that allows views of the interior and exterior.