TOP 10 German Interior Designers
KITZIG DESIGN STUDIOS
Kitzig Design Studios has been in business for over 20 years. During its career, this studio has done both interior design and architectural projects. The team led by Olaf Kitzig has managed to create distinctive and tailored concepts for a variety of institutions such as hotels, restaurants, offices, stores, airport lounges, and private homes.
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This is definitely a name we couldn’t afford to forget adding to this list after this year’s Maison et Objet! Since setting up his studio in the Frankfurt suburb of Offenbach in 2006, Sebastian Herkner has had his whole focus on creating designs that fuse tradition with creativity, as well as a new technology with craftsmanship. His unconditional love for traditional craftsmanship was what guided his first landmark design. We can see that by works of his such as the “Bell” table, whose steel and brass platter nestles on a hand-blown glass base produced in a centuries-old Bavarian glass factory.
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SUSANNE KAISER INTERIOR DESIGN
Susanne Kaiser is currently based in Berlin. The designer is known for being a fan of fun and playful designs, combining old and new, expensive and cheap as well as beauty and comfort. Within all of the results, we can definitely detect unique interiors full of life and texture.
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Atelier Brückner is a company that designs mostly exhibition spaces. Be them museums, tradeshows, or other places this is a company that aims to create experiences by combining several elements, like space, lighting, graphics, and other decorative elements that might enhance the space.
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SCALA WOHNEN STUDIO
Scala Wohnen Studio is a German design studio that has worked with some of the best luxury design brands in the industry. They have an amazing interior design studio located in Hamburg, inside which any design enthusiast can find a variety of furniture and design items fitting for any trend or taste from more than one interior designer.
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ESTER BRUZKUS ARCHITEKTEN
Ester Bruzkus a top interior designer based in Berlin. Ester Bruzkus Architekten is her personal project that now counts with clients from all over the world. This firm tackles a variety of design elements table design and furniture in general, to exquisite residences and workspaces; international theatres, restaurants, and hotels.
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Krätschmer Interieur has more than 20 years of experience in luxury design projects as well as bespoke furniture designs. The head designer, Holger Kraetschmer, is famous for his innovative design projects spread across the country.
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Arno Brandlhuber works as an architect and urban planner. In 2006 he founded Brandlhuber+, an office space where he collaborates with other architectural offices and disciplines. Since 2017 Brandlhuber holds a professorship for the areas of architecture and design at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zürich). During his academic path, he is focusing on the role of new media and technology, viewing them as potentials for future architecture.
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Omer Arbel is a designer and sculptor based in Vancouver and Berlin, who is known for his work in materials research, ambient lighting design, house design. He’s also famous as well for being the creative director at Bocci, a Canadian manufacturing and design company.
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LANDAU + KINDELBACHER
Landau+kindelbacher studio was founded in 1994 by Gerhard Landau and Ludwig Kindelbacher. It eventually turned into a private company in 2009 that tackles many types of projects: from modern architecture projects, general planning, and heritage protection, to bespoke interior design creations, consulting, and styling, This unique architecture studio has won multiple design awards thanks to their high-quality services. Among their clients, we can include renowned companies and institutions that attach great importance to contemporary representation.
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