The 800 square meter large Tem-Plate is located in the creative quarter Marvila and is more event and exhibition area than a classic store. Of course, a curated product mix of premium designer clothes, accessories and design objects can also be found. The minimalist store including futuristic art gallery was designed by Berlin’s architectural studio Gonzalez Haase that moved the topic of lighting as a dominant theme into the foreground and that sets on an open floor plan. The entrance is dominated a massive PVC curtain in light yellow that covers the entire length of the inner wall and that serves as a climate shield. In the summer it protects from the sun and in the winter in reduces the cold. In the back part of the room a wall with a layer of silver grey polycarbonate was built. It creates an optically separated area for back-office functions.
The monumental furniture pieces were built of chipboards that were covered with untreated materials. Every month, creatives and designers are invited to recreate these pieces
Architecture & Interior Design
Gonzalez Haase AAS
Gonzalez Haase AAS, Vitra