On Maximilianstrasse, in the heart of the city of Munich in Germany, architects Kirsten Scholz & Stephanie Thatenhorst have just completed the interior design of "Shop L", an optical shop dressed in precious and natural materials.

In this simple and elegant shop, the architects paid special attention to the front of the products. The minimalist interior and sober up the glasses in the heart of the design and the visitor is guided in its path. The materials are based on those commonly used for the manufacture of frames, untreated oak, oiled carbon steel, concrete siding and leather. The functional furniture is hidden in space, while a large industrial-style office serves bench personnel and a planted wall meets the wooden racks.


photographs: Derek Henthorn 

For more information, visit the website Kirsten Scholz Architect

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