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Design: Alf Hackenberg, Martin Langkau, SIGNCE Design (Germany); Joerg Richtsfeld, Nymphenburg (Germany); Axel Hofstadt, Hofstadt Architekten (Germany)
While many of the historical elements of Nymphenburg's 1908 flagship store in Munich were preserved, the interior layout was reconceived for an enhanced experience and a more efficient use of space. Updated colors, furniture, and lighting communicate to customers that Nymphenburg is changing without doing away with its 260-year heritage.