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Ralf Peter Knobloch

Plan2Plus design

http://www.plan2plus.com

Friedrich-Herschel-Strasse 3, 81679 Munich, Germany
1984-1986 studies of computer sciences 1986-1991 studies of interior design Kaufhaus der Zukunft - mag meg - Bauhaus Dessau - MindFrame Berlin future interior design I architecture concepts 1989-1991 Prof. Dr. Peter St├╝rzebecher - MUC I BER focus architectural / design case studies - Bauhaus 1991-1999 Sieger Architektur - MUC head of architecture / design - residential / industrial 1996-2019 Plan2Plus - MUC owner and CEO creative director head of architecture and design

Call for ideas 2020

Design and Boutique Hotel Schlossstrasse Metzingen Germany


local + global, historic city centre + future architecture, sustainable, lively, unique

Design and Boutique Hotel Schlossstrasse Metzingen Germany


local + global, historic city centre + future architecture, sustainable, lively, unique
_urban _innovative _sustainable _ individually _home based _representative _international _interactive _emotional _authentic _staged
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  • Site-specific cases

Development of an innovative, communicative design concept, consisting of corporate design / interior design / architecture continues the brand as well as the values of the traditional Hotel Schwanen in Metzingen strategically in the new building. It reflects the company's culture, core competencies and international customer base.
The overall CD I CI I CA concept was to create a new building in the historic town centre with a forward-looking architectural and interior design language that meets the expectations and demands of a target group with a strong appreciation of design.
The exterior as well as interior combines traditional elements with modern, sustainable design. The depiction of native plants constitutes a reference to the homeland; that these are endangered species emphasizes the sustainability claim. The design approach has not only an esthetic benefit, but also raises awareness of nature and environment.
- reduce to the max - less is more - surprisingly different -


Design and Boutique Hotel Schlossstrasse Metzingen Germany


local + global, historic city centre + future architecture, sustainable, lively, unique

Design and Boutique Hotel Schlossstrasse Metzingen Germany


local + global, historic city centre + future architecture, sustainable, lively, unique
_urban _innovative _sustainable _ individually _home based _representative _international _interactive _emotional _authentic _staged
File under
Type of project
  • Site-specific cases

Development of an innovative, communicative design concept, consisting of corporate design / interior design / architecture continues the brand as well as the values of the traditional Hotel Schwanen in Metzingen strategically in the new building. It reflects the company's culture, core competencies and international customer base.
The overall CD I CI I CA concept was to create a new building in the historic town centre with a forward-looking architectural and interior design language that meets the expectations and demands of a target group with a strong appreciation of design.
The exterior as well as interior combines traditional elements with modern, sustainable design. The depiction of native plants constitutes a reference to the homeland; that these are endangered species emphasizes the sustainability claim. The design approach has not only an esthetic benefit, but also raises awareness of nature and environment.
- reduce to the max - less is more - surprisingly different -



Idea by

Ralf Peter Knobloch
Plan2Plus design
Friedrich-Herschel-Strasse 3
81679 Munich
Germany
1984-1986 studies of computer sciences 1986-1991 studies of interior design Kaufhaus der Zukunft - mag meg - Bauhaus Dessau - MindFrame Berlin future interior design I architecture concepts 1989-1991 Prof. Dr. Peter St├╝rzebecher - MUC I BER focus architectural / design case studies - Bauhaus 1991-1999 Sieger Architektur - MUC head of architecture / design - residential / industrial 1996-2019 Plan2Plus - MUC owner and CEO creative director head of architecture and design