Geometry, Berlin

See what happens when apparel meets "weird science."
Posted February 11, 2009
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With the design motto, “How weird can you get,” designers from Plajer & Franz Studio (Berlin) created a store environment for Geometry that they imagined a crazy professor would inhabit – one with good taste but also an affection for obscure collections, such as photos of skeletons or lamps that look like jackstraws.

Mud-colored walls, dark wooden floors and brushed white oak furniture are high in style, while the waiting areas with rugs and sputnik lamps create a home-like respite within the apparel boutique.

Client
Raphael Meyer and Carmen Santos, Berlin

Design
Player & Franz Studio, Berlin

Photography: diephotodesigner.de, Bruckenstrasse, Berlin, Germany