Germany’s image in the world is defined by modern technology, high-quality craftsmanship and a passion for detail, characteristics that are also reflected in the built environment. German interior design embodies functionality, timelessness and an unembellished modernism. Contemporary design combines these concepts with a more emotional and playful attitude towards the task of interior composition.
This volume showcases recent examples of German interior design from renowned German architects and interior designers alongside emerging offices. Every project presented here from areas of both public and private life convinces with its own distinct style, whether composed of bespoke one-off creations or skilled arrangements of mass-produced products. The meticulous handling of forms and materials and the targeted use of color, graphics and light as accentuating features provide the world with an entirely new and surprising perspective on life beneath German rooves.