The new designer canteen from the mirror magazine in Hamburg's HafenCity
The new canteen designer in the office of the Mirror Magazine was designed by architect studio Ippolito Fleitz Group. The canteen is spread to 520 square meters and has a futuristic design and mirror surfaces. Designers have developed a minimalist style in gray and neutral tones that create with yellow accents in the ceiling a nice contrast.
The designers of the review mirror the canteen with strong optical effect
The designers of the review mirror the canteen was designed so that people can not only mitkriegen the functional aspect, but also visually very impressed. The mirror effect is seen almost any surface. The designers have not focused on the furniture, but the walls, floor and ceiling decoration. The rounded lines and geometric shapes circle amplify the surreal feeling of being in an imaginary place.
Designers in the trendy district of HafenCity Hamburg canteen
The canteen design particularly impressed by the design of the single cap. The ceiling has been set at 4,230 plates in a circular machined aluminum. The circle can be seen in almost every subject - round seats decorative elements for walls and ceiling paneling. An opulent effect also crystal elements hanging from the ceiling, which brings even more originality inside.
The elements in a circular shape for ceiling
Decorative crystal objects for more opulence
Round table with mirror surface
Interior in gray tones
Design round lamp
Modern decor, canteen
Seats in black
Ceiling with unique decoration
The ceiling designer in detail
Curtain in a neutral color
Modern canteen in the office of the mirror
crystal rods suspended from the ceiling
Architecture Studio: Ippolito Fleitz Group
Design Team: Peter Ippolito Fleitz Gunter, Tilla Goldberg, Christian Kirschenmann, Tim Lessmann, Alexander Fehre Christine Ackermann, Roger Gasperlin Katja Heinemann
Photos: Zooey Braun