German architect Designliga share with us their interior design for the new Pastry Shop in Munich, Germany to a Greenpeace punk activist. A district with a history as the new home of the movement. Munich’s Westend district-house cross-section of social classes, who all left their mark. Migrant workers, intellectuals, students and traders, living side by side in understanding and mutual respect. Challenges designer packaging design for motion for Corporate Identity, Interesting interior design ideas.
Armin Stegbauer: Punk, Greenpeace activist and owner of the cafe, on a mission from the heart. The goal is to free cake and gateaux from their years in jail behind bars crocheted doilies, cologne and dusty traditions of Sunday. Stegbauer, savior of the “Cafe Kubitscheck” in Waldfriedhofstrasse, a traditional sweetmeat Munich from 1950, has made it a goal to change the tradition of sweets for the modern era. But not without taking a charming board some aspects of German culture that deserve preservation. One route to its destination is the campaign “Torte an anderen Orten” ["Gateaux On the Go"], exhibition at unexpected locations in collaboration with artists, creative minds and lateral thinkers of all kinds.
- Project: Kubitscheck Interior Design
- Location: Munich, Germany
- Architects: Designliga
Photo credit and copyright: courtesy of Designliga
[Via - Archdaily.com]