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Brief Published: 28 Dec 2011

Bow.Berlin Concept Store


Steering clear of the predictable, sleek aesthetics associated with most luxury boutiques, Berlin designer Neels Kattenidt has transformed car tyres into fixtures for high-end jewellery and accessories concept store Bow.Berlin.

Located in a railway arch in Berlin’s retail-heavy City West area, the store features interiors that combine exposed brick walls and ceiling with the recycled car tyre fixtures to create a rough-luxe aesthetic.

This mix of glamour and utility complements the work of the two young designers who share the space: leather accessories designer Michael Lawrenz, and jewellery designer Christian Koban.

Bow Berlin

Neels Kattentidt