Blade, Villeroy & Boch, Frankfurt / Main, Germany - FRANKEN\ARCHITEKTEN

Blade

For the Villeroy & Boch flagship store, we derived a corporate design element from a teapot in the form of a porcelain profile. We placed this profile in a frame as a façade and used it in the interior design as part of the furnishings. It also calls to mind stacks of plates.

Client Villeroy & Boch
Location Frankfurt / Main, Germany
Project-Team Prof. Bernhard Franken, Peter Wendling
Status Completed 2001
Dimension 150 m²

Narrative Spaces

parametric

"Parametric design, often linking the contextual with the meta-
phorical, is a
transparent and formal approach to the creation of a narrative archi-tecture."

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semantic

scenographic

ritual