by Anna Moldenhauer | 10/18/2019
Burgbad is market-leading in the field of bathroom furniture and has shaken up the sector with the modular system “rgb” by Stefan Diez. What is behind the brand from the rural Sauerland region in Germany? Burgbad CEO Jörg Loew visits Stylepark.
by Fabian Peters | 10/17/2019
A vertical garden as a public space and an enormous greenhouse on the roof: The new Job Center in Oberhausen designed by Kuehn Malvezzi is an architectural windfall for the city in the Ruhrgebiet.
by Fabian Peters | 10/16/2019
smart is the first major manufacturer to pension off the gasoline engine and is now focusing exclusively on electromobility. Where do things go from here? We asked Daniel Lescow, Head of smart Brand and Product Management.
by Thomas Edelmann | 10/15/2019
The view on the automobile is changing and with it the automotive industry. The branch is embracing alternative drive systems and discovering new business models for networking.
by Anna Moldenhauer | 10/14/2019
Michael Anastassiades has designed the “Flint tumbler” for J. & L. Lobmeyr, a highly traditional Viennese glass manufacturer. In a short interview he told us why he was inspired by paleolithic hand axes.
by Anna Moldenhauer | 10/10/2019
The PALAIUS design studio places great emphasis on environmental awareness in its designs. Its new chair “MAE” is half bananas.
by Anna Moldenhauer | 10/8/2019
Zumtobel has fitted out Croatia’s largest IT campus spanning 17,000 square meters with diverse lighting solutions.
The new branch of the Rothaus brewery gives a modern twist to Black Forest traditions. Upholstered furniture specialist Rolf Benz is the ideal partner for the project.
by Anna Moldenhauer | 10/7/2019
TUUCI and Stylepark recently jointly hosted the Summer Closing event in Frankfurt/Main.
by Anna Moldenhauer | 10/4/2019
From 27 September to 6 October 2019, Vienna Design Week presented local and international design positions.
by Fabian Peters | 10/2/2019
Since 2018 interlübke has belonged to bed manufacturer Schramm and Philipp Schramm has been CEO since then. We spoke to him about the present and future of interlübke.
Stylepark is giving away the iconic luminaire “Lucellino” by Ingo Maurer.
by Anna Moldenhauer | 10/1/2019
It is no easy task finding a relaxed and quiet haven in Paris’ bustling 2nd arrondissement. The boutique hotel chain The Hoxton took on the challenge and has created a charming guest house.
by Fabian Peters | 9/27/2019
In the series “Die Neue Zeit” (The New Age) Lars Kraume resurrects the Bauhaus. What fascinated the director about the topic? We spoke to him.
With the products of his Roomours label Andreas Struppler wants to support others in their creative work. So how did he get the idea? We asked him just that.
by Anna Moldenhauer | 9/24/2019
by Fabian Peters | 9/23/2019
The London Design Festival 2019 is making its mark throughout the city – both inside and out. We take a look around.
by Anna Moldenhauer | 9/20/2019
VIENNA DESIGN WEEK 2019: This year’s program promises exciting insights into design, architecture and art – with a focus on the ninth district, the far north and beyond.
Paola Lenti is a firm feature on the French Riviera: Guests both at the exclusive “3.14” restaurant on the beach at Cannes and to the Monaco Yacht Show can currently enjoy the outdoor furniture.
The new Hotel Fritz in Lauterbad in the Black Forest offers urban design in a spectacular location. The seating furniture was supplied by Rolf Benz.
by Anna Moldenhauer | 9/17/2019
For the 2018-19 artistic Zumtobel Annual Report Dietmar Eberle of Baumschlager Eberle Architekten explored the visibility of light in architecture.
by Fabian Peters | 9/16/2019
At Braun, the presence of Dieter Rams can still be felt – particularly in the field of audio electronics. How does the new range of LE loudspeakers handle this legacy?
by Anna Moldenhauer | 9/11/2019
Maritime flair does not always have to be a matter of blue and white stripes, as is demonstrated by the recently opened Oktopussy design restaurant on the island of Norderney.
by Fabian Peters | 9/10/2019
Designer Linde Freya Tangelder and her studio Destroyers/Builders have designed a side table with a shape that cites the architecture of renowned Brazilian architect Lina Bo Bardi.
A hybrid hotel with a luxurious design and a vivid history. Bette breathes life into the open-plan bedroom-cum-bathrooms in "Mittermeiers Alter Ego" in Rothenburg.
AD Architectural Digest invites from 13 to 15 September 2019 for the first time to the craft show "House of Crafts" in the former Heeresbäckerei in Berlin.
by Fabian Peters | 9/3/2019
Stylepark is unquestionably a demanding client. For our new extension, all those involved had to be at the top of their game.
by Anna Moldenhauer | 9/2/2019
Tradition, forward thinking and fresh ideas – a visit to Villeroy & Boch in Mettlach.
Stylepark is holding a draw for an award-winning “Zenso” lounge chair by Zeitraum.
Sustainable, individual and creative: Lindner did the fittings for Trivago’s new headquarters in Düsseldorf’s Medienhafen.
The GoalGirls in Berlin want to be free and not get rigidly pigeonholed. The modular USM Haller System is an almost natural choice as partner.
A bed, a boat and the open sea: This extraordinary hotel room is full of surprises – partly thanks to the perfect technology from Gira.
by Anna Moldenhauer | 8/26/2019
by Anna Moldenhauer | 8/23/2019
Renee Mennen and Stefanie van Keijsteren from the Dutch design studio RENS explore the interplay between color and material.
by Fabian Peters | 8/22/2019
What should a room feel like? This question is a key consideration for the work of the architects from NKBAK. A portrait.
by Fabian Peters | 8/20/2019
Employees design their own workspaces at the new Zalando headquarters in Berlin. And the public spaces offer a great variety of unique opportunities for social interaction.
by Anna Moldenhauer | 8/19/2019
Zumtobel has developed a customized lighting concept for the new James-Simon-Galerie in Berlin.
Marazzi + Paul have converted a no-frills lakeside hotel into a luxurious destination with a maritime feel to it. TUUCI provides the shade for the sundeck.
by Anna Moldenhauer | 8/15/2019
A mosque in Australia: Candalepas Associates Architects have built a new place of worship for the Muslim community in Punchbowl near Sydney.
Concentration and collaboration: In BuzziSpace, this company found the ideal partner for the interior of its headquarters in Hanover.
Zumtobel illuminates the world of knowledge and experience of the Experimenta Science Center in Heilbronn.
by Markus Hieke | 8/8/2019
How the hotel project Omaanda Lodge in Namibia combines exoticism with sustainability. And why film star Angelina Jolie was the inspiration behind it.
by Anna Moldenhauer | 8/6/2019
With its three-dimensional renderings, design studio Six N. Five creates surreal architectures and aesthetic objects that generate the effect of a gentle utopia.
by Fabian Peters | 8/5/2019
The ingredients for an exciting design hotel by K-Studio on the Peloponnese: a historical wine factory and the blue Ionian Sea.
by Anna Moldenhauer | 8/2/2019
STPMJ Architects have created an interesting addition to the Seoul cityscape in the form of a pointed residential high-rise boasting a red brick façade.
The river bed at your feet: Stylepark is raffling off a copy of the outdoor carpet “River” by Woodnotes.
by Fabian Peters | 7/31/2019
Schramm – the name stands for premium beds designed to a high standard. Yet their most special feature is hidden inside. We visited the bed manufactory.
by Anna Moldenhauer | 7/30/2019
by Markus Hieke | 7/25/2019
Follow us to the most beautiful places for the holiday season - to Mexico, Greece and Spain, for instance, to the Arabian Peninsula or simply to the local river for a swim.
by Markus Hieke | 7/23/2019
A home from home: How Lindley Lindenberg’s hotel in Frankfurt’s Osthafen bridges the divide between the city and its visitors.
by Anna Moldenhauer | 7/23/2019
by Markus Hieke | 7/19/2019
Corten steel, natural stone and concrete: Anarchitect has realized an exclusive mini hotel with pool house and restaurant in the middle of the desert in the United Arab Emirates.
by Anna Moldenhauer | 7/18/2019
In the restaurant of the boutique hotel The Dixon in London you are seated at the table with "Altrock" by Robin Grasby.
With “73v” the luminaire manufacturer Bocci is continuing a successful collection – in gentle colors and irregular shapes.
by Fabian Peters | 7/16/2019
With the James-Simon-Galerie, David Chipperfield Architects is taking the architectural history of Berlin's Museumsinsel into the 21st century.
Nimbus has documented the development of the new spot system "Q FOUR" in a short film.
by Anna Moldenhauer | 7/12/2019
by Markus Hieke | 7/11/2019
Let's celebrate summer! No matter how high the temperature records, the inflatable pools by Kristin Myllenbeck promise cooling with style.
by Anna Moldenhauer | 7/10/2019
From wooden chair to the Dondola seat joint to 3D printing: How the brothers Rainer and Peter Wagner are redefining sitting.
by Markus Hieke | 7/9/2019
How Ori intends its movable multi-purpose furniture to create storage and usable space in microliving scenarios.
by Anna Moldenhauer | 7/9/2019
The trend towards microliving is not new, but for some time now the idea has been increasing in popularity again. What are the new concepts all about?
by Fabian Peters | 7/8/2019
A range of different options exist for the future of bathrooms in micro-apartments. We show you exciting new ideas and products.
by Fabian Peters | 7/5/2019
by Markus Hieke | 7/4/2019
“The GreenFan” by Balmuda promises a natural breeze at home or in the office. We put it through its paces.
by Anna Moldenhauer | 7/3/2019
OHLAB Architekten have tenderly kissed the former glory of an old Spanish townhouse back to life with their boutique hotel Can Bordoy Grand House & Garden.
The Bora Pure cooktop extractor combines pioneering function and impressive design, as our featured film shows.
by Markus Hieke | 7/2/2019
How glass notice boards took Danish brand Chat Board from the early age of computers to the day-to-day workings of a design-conscious office.
by Fabian Peters | 7/2/2019
Think BIG: Bjarke Ingels is not interested in small fry. A tour of the architecture firm’s new exhibition in Copenhagen.
Freed from the old constraints! At its WorkLife Center in Madrid, Steelcase breaks down structures and dividing walls.
by Markus Hieke | 7/1/2019
How James Law from Hong Kong converts concrete water pipes into modular dwellings to mitigate the housing shortage and homelessness.
Stylepark is raffling off a “Mooon!” battery-powered floor luminaire for in- and outdoor use developed by outdoor specialist Fermob.
Making way for emergencies and more: door hinge technology from Simonswerk at the new Jena University Hospital.
by Markus Hieke | 6/28/2019
Bathroom ceramics manufacturer Laufen provides proof of the direct connection between art, design and craft with this project.
by Anna Moldenhauer | 6/27/2019
The Dutch designer Juul de Bruijn puts the storage space at her feet with "More Floor".
Ageing welcome: Henn Architekten have designed a façade made of copper elements by KME for a new research center in Ingolstadt.
Sustainable and good for you: Waldmann has devised a lighting concept for medical technology producer Medwork that benefits its users’ health and the environment.
by Anna Moldenhauer | 6/21/2019
The restaurant Alouette in Copenhagen offers culinary and design quality that will leave nothing to be desired.
by Markus Hieke | 6/18/2019
Christophe Marchand has transformed Marcel Breuer’s famous cantilever seat “S 64” by Thonet into a swivel chair.
by Anna Moldenhauer | 6/17/2019
Living on less than 30 square metres generally means that there is little space left for the household. Miniature electrical devices ensure that comfort is not missed out.
From a jungle world to a zen garden: Villeroy & Boch also demonstrates its gift for creating unconventional solutions in the sanitary field in its own head office in Mettlach.
by Anna Moldenhauer | 6/13/2019
For the last 150 years Müller small living has been manufacturing all of its products itself. Yet with their purist formal language and multifunctional character, the wood furniture items are still up-to-date in 2019.
by Markus Hieke | 6/12/2019
Vincent Van Duysen has converted an Augustinian cloister in Antwerp into a hotel with great sensitivity for the original building.
by Fabian Peters | 6/11/2019
A daring artistic move that paid off. With their house in Zurich Fuhrimann Hächler cite the aesthetic of informal architecture.
by Anna Moldenhauer | 6/11/2019
by Anna Moldenhauer | 6/9/2019
by Fabian Peters | 6/7/2019
Werner Aisslinger has scrupulously advanced Interlübke’s classic “cube” sideboard. We spoke to him about his furniture programme now called “just cube”.
by Anna Moldenhauer | 6/6/2019
Efficient use – this is the core of every consideration for the design of small living spaces. KC Design Studio have perfected this concept to 42 square metres in Taipei.
A crossover between fine art and tattoo art: Freifrau had a tattoo artist design an opulent fabric motif for its seating.
by Robert Volhard | 6/4/2019
Stylepark founder Robert Volhard is a passionate cook. When he was planning his new kitchen, he decided on a Bora downdraft extractor. Here he tells us why.
by Markus Hieke | 6/4/2019
Through tradition, innovation and a successful repositioning: Under the artistic direction of Henrik Pedersen, Gloster has changed considerably over the last few years.