Posts Tagged ‘Preussisch Portugal’

Freenet Trading Center Campus by Preussisch Portugal, Hamburg – Germany

April 4th, 2018

The Hamburg based design company Preussisch Portugal has created an inspiring interior design concept based on the sights of the city: the spacy entrance area resembles the Hamburg Harbour and meetings rooms are based on different parts of the city like the famous red light district „St. Pauli“, the Hanseatic villa district of „Blankenese“, the trendy „Schanze“ and an extensive botanic garden called „Planten un Bloomen“.

Parador International Trade Show by Preussisch Portugal, Coesfeld – Germany

March 23rd, 2018

Various product categories such as Vinyl, Laminate flooring etc. are represented by letters resembling the periodic table to enhance the experimental setting. With „Open Frameworks“, a modular flooring system designed by Hadi Teherani, visitors can even create their own flooring patterns at designated layout tables.

Parador stand at Branchentag Holz by Preussisch Portugal, Cologne – Germany

July 15th, 2016

In the center of the stand is a central table, with playful arrangements of wooden blocks. The stand layout and construction is based on EURO pallets, giving the premium brand Parador an approachable and contemporary feel.

mobilcom-debitel Digital Lifestyle Lounge by Preussisch Portugal, Germany

July 14th, 2016

The variably equipped flight cases can be set up and removed easily, despite of the elaborate technical equipment and anti theft protection inside.

Parador Trend-Center by Preussisch Portugal, Coesfeld – Germany

July 13th, 2016

The Hamburg based design agency Preussisch Portugal was commissioned to redesign the Trend-Center with more than 2,000 square meters. On site the invited trading partners had the opportunity to learn more about new products and upcoming innovations and services.

POP-UP STORES! mobilcom-debitel pop-up store by Preussisch Portugal, Hamburg – Germany

May 22nd, 2015

All modules are cheap & flexible, easy to set up and adaptable to various locations. The German telecommunication brand mobilcom-debitel was interpreted in a new and urban way, using subtle branding, strong colours and rough materials to create a unique Pop-Up Store atmosphere.