The annual Oktoberfest celebration is reaching its end in Munich, Germany this week. In celebration of the time-honored festival, we’ve found some amazing residential and commercial design projects with German influence. From Berlin-based designers to beer halls, here are our 5 best design posts of the week.
This industrial home by J Mayer H and Tita Giese blends vibrant landscape and exposed concrete walls for a striking design. The use of mirrored walls makes the already open concept home seem even more expansive.
Tiny houses and food trucks are en vogue around the world. This German beer hall in Tokyo is a fantastic example of how you can fit big design into a small space!
We All Want to Come Home to This German Apartment, Architectural Digest
This German apartment makes brilliant use of blocks of color and lush greenery to make the 1,000 ft space feel huge. The designer makes great use of vintage flea market finds to deck out this home with unique furniture.
We always love seeing innovative workspaces and this German HQ for Husqvarna Group looks pretty awesome! From a loft-like lounge and meeting space to glass-enclosed meeting rooms, there are a lot of interesting workplace concepts at play.
Susanne Kaiser is a German interior designer and architect headquartered in Berlin. Our German is a little rusty, but this contemporary home design transcends language barriers! The combination of sleek and rustic touches strikes a fascinating balance.
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