Creative Fields: Architectural Design, Industrial Design, Project Management
Client: Eham Schreinerei
At one of the most beautiful places in Bavaria we teamed up with the Eham Schreinerei to create the pavilion "Blickwinkel". This creative collaboration between design and crafts takes place during MCBW - Munich Creative Business Week 2019.
The Eham company, together with designer Pöttinger, looks at a topic that affects us all: The status quo of our native forests.
The overwhelming popularity of the recently successful citizens' initiative "Biodiversity" shows the importance of the field of insect and nature conservation in the population.
Local forests are currently suffering enormously from the consequences of climate change. But this development does not only affect the immediate concerned forest owners, sawmills, carpenters and furniture makers, but also the habitats of animals. The "Blickwinkel" pavilion provides a forum for a constructive dialogue.
Creative Fields: Interior Design, Industrial Design, Project Management
Client: Wiggerl 17 UG
Photography by Christoph Philadelphia
„Wiggerl Siebzehn“ is a coffee and snack bar, which was built in the premises of an old toy shop in Traunstein, Germany. Handmade snacks, high-quality tea and coffee; the whole thought-through concept is dedicated to professional craftsmanship, developed together in perfect symbiosis between the client and the studio.
The windows were extended to create light for a bright but cozy environment. The natural separation created by the floorplan allows the range of spaces to be zoned, separating bar areas from the quieter chill-out space which gives space to different needs of the customers.
In order to achieve openness and transparency, Felix Pöttinger Design Studio created an open plan layout with a centralised bar surrounded by a number of different seating areas. By doing so, the coffee shop is a welcoming space for various occasions.
Collaborating with local craftsmen and artisans a space which combines second-hand furniture with selected contemporary pieces by Nils Holger Moormann and decorations reflecting the local nature was created. Pot plants are arranged around the carpets, making intimate living room-style seating areas. Warm, soft tones from organic materials and a modest appeal create a domestic look and feel. This approach, together with the passion that was put into developing the space, will make everyone feel home and welcoming.
Creative Fields: Industrial Design, Interior Design
Client: Kaffeekontor Bayern, Handkraft
Partner: Boris Rüther
Creating experiences rather than rooms was the intention when we worked with the new brand „Handkraft“ to create a hub of inspiration, excitement and resources in Munich, Germany.
With a theme of celebrating the joy and honesty of good quality coffee, we created a brand experience that integrates not only the practical features, but let the users dive in to the sensual world of coffee and tea.
Showcasing the companys‘ product range in the relatively small space, the „Freibad“ strikes a balance between inspiration and expertise.
It is a working space, a space for education and inspiration.
Taking the fine traditions and heritage of coffee and tea, a contemporary style has been added to the mix to produce an exciting experience for customers and employees.
Wooden and steel tables and an modular shelving system designed by us and handcrafted by local bavarian artisans sit alongside vintage chairs, whilst the calm green and grey walls add a decorative element to the simple, polished coffeemachines and modern lighting pendants