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  • stilwerk | Plattform für Design Kunst Kultur und Leben

    hi there . something is happening here . a new design for new ways of living . inspiring spaces and services. As a platform for design, art, culture and life, stilwerk has been creating interior experiences for more than 25 years. In the destinations Düsseldorf and Hamburg, a curated portfolio of premium brands ensures a holistic design service - from the kitchen to the office, for private customers as well as for professionals.Two boutique hotels in Hamburg make the concept unique and design truly tangible. ​ what’s new ? BoConcept x BIG BoConcept launches the "Nawabari" collection with BIG - Bjarke Ingels Group. Now available at BoConcept in stilwerk Hamburg. Enthusiastic... we curate inspiring spaces. With the Strandhotel Blankenese, stilwerk is opening its second hotel in Hamburg in May: Another Art Nouveau jewel, again on the water,... Captain Future Nick Sohnemann is an innovation consultant and successfully conducts research in the workspaces of German companies with his agency... In the rush hour of aesthetics She is considered one of the most important designers in the Netherlands. Renowned brands such as Magis, Cappellini and Iittala are her... book your space for your neighbor event , product placement or shooting design and art festival im stilwerk KantGaragen Press Days im stilwerk Hotel Heimhude ©Impulse Kunstausstellung im stilwerk Düsseldorf Foyer stilwerk Düsseldorf Craftstil Markt im stilwerk Hamburg Kunst- und Design-Installation im stilwerk Hamburg forum stilwerk Hamburg forum design and art festival im stilwerk KantGaragen Press Days im stilwerk Hotel Heimhude ©Impulse Kunstausstellung im stilwerk Düsseldorf Foyer stilwerk Düsseldorf Craftstil Markt im stilwerk Hamburg Kunst- und Design-Installation im stilwerk Hamburg forum stilwerk Hamburg forum design and art festival im stilwerk KantGaragen Press Days im stilwerk Hotel Heimhude ©Impulse Kunstausstellung im stilwerk Düsseldorf Foyer stilwerk Düsseldorf Craftstil Markt im stilwerk Hamburg Kunst- und Design-Installation im stilwerk Hamburg forum stilwerk Hamburg forum design and art festival im stilwerk KantGaragen Press Days im stilwerk Hotel Heimhude ©Impulse Kunstausstellung im stilwerk Düsseldorf Foyer stilwerk Düsseldorf Craftstil Markt im stilwerk Hamburg Kunst- und Design-Installation im stilwerk Hamburg forum stilwerk Hamburg forum design and art festival im stilwerk KantGaragen Press Days im stilwerk Hotel Heimhude ©Impulse Kunstausstellung im stilwerk Düsseldorf Foyer stilwerk Düsseldorf Craftstil Markt im stilwerk Hamburg Kunst- und Design-Installation im stilwerk Hamburg forum stilwerk Hamburg forum inspiring spaces Are you looking for an extraordinary location in Hamburg or Düsseldorf? Then we have something for you, whether on a small scale for a company or family celebration, a large premium event, a sales area for your products or the perfect film location - take a look at our special locations and conditions, we will be happy to advise you. ​ Rent space. BoConcept x BIG BoConcept launches the "Nawabari" collection with BIG - Bjarke Ingels Group. Now available at BoConcept in stilwerk Hamburg. Enthusiastic... we curate inspiring spaces. With the Strandhotel Blankenese, stilwerk is opening its second hotel in Hamburg in May: Another Art Nouveau jewel, again on the water,... Captain Future Nick Sohnemann is an innovation consultant and successfully conducts research in the workspaces of German companies with his agency... In the rush hour of aesthetics She is considered one of the most important designers in the Netherlands. Renowned brands such as Magis, Cappellini and Iittala are her...

  • Jobs | stilwerk cosmos

    join us team Whether you're a career changer or have already been working in retail, the real estate industry in the architectural and design environment, or in the hotel or catering industry for years, become part of our stilwerk family! We don't follow classic patterns because a family atmosphere is very important to us. We look at the person, not necessarily at the CV. We are looking for personalities with positive charisma, charming optimism and a good work ethic. No suitable job offer? Please send us an unsolicited application to personal@stilwerk.de Steuerberater:in / Bilanzbuchhalter:in (m/w/d) Minijob, Aushilfe stilwerk Hamburg Praktikant:in Immobilienverwaltung (m/w/d) Voll- oder Teilzeit stilwerk Hamburg Praktikant:in Immoblilienmarkler:in (m/w/d) Voll- oder Teilzeit stilwerk Hamburg Empfangsmitarbeiter:in (m/w/d) Voll- oder Teilzeit stilwerk Hamburg Immobilienkaufmann:frau (m/d/w) Teilzeit stilwerk Hamburg Gastgeber:in Operation (m/d/w) Minijob, Midijob, Teilzeit oder Vollzeit Strandhotel Blankenese, Hotel Heimhude Finanzbuchhalter:in (m/w/d) 30 Std. oder Vollzeit stilwerk Hamburg

  • STORIES & EVENTS | stilwerk cosmos

    We curate inspiring stories and events. Here you can find out everything from stilwerk Kosmos and everything about design, art, culture and life. stilwerk stories ALL STILWERK HAMBURG STILWERK DÜSSELDORF DESIGN KUNST ARCHITEKTUR REISEN More BoConcept x BIG BoConcept launches the "Nawabari" collection with BIG - Bjarke Ingels Group. Now available at BoConcept in stilwerk Hamburg. Enthusiastic... we curate inspiring spaces. With the Strandhotel Blankenese, stilwerk is opening its second hotel in Hamburg in May: Another Art Nouveau jewel, again on the water,... Captain Future Nick Sohnemann is an innovation consultant and successfully conducts research in the workspaces of German companies with his agency... In the rush hour of aesthetics She is considered one of the most important designers in the Netherlands. Renowned brands such as Magis, Cappellini and Iittala are her... events im stilwerk kosmos ReFraming Architecture by stilwerk Thu, 30 May Dusseldorf 30 May 2024, 18:30 – 22:00 Dusseldorf, Grünstraße 15, 40212 Düsseldorf, Germany 30 May 2024, 18:30 – 22:00 Dusseldorf, Grünstraße 15, 40212 Düsseldorf, Germany stilwerk invites architects to network in Düsseldorf. Topic and speakers will be announced later. +87 more Buy Tickets ReFraming Architecture by stilwerk Thu, 10 Oct Dusseldorf 10 Oct 2024, 18:30 – 22:00 Dusseldorf, Grünstraße 15, 40212 Düsseldorf, Germany 10 Oct 2024, 18:30 – 22:00 Dusseldorf, Grünstraße 15, 40212 Düsseldorf, Germany stilwerk invites architects to network in Düsseldorf. Topic and speakers will be announced later. Details ReFraming Architecture by stilwerk Thu, 14 Nov Hamburg 14 Nov 2024, 18:00 – 22:00 Hamburg, Große Elbstraße 68, 22767 Hamburg, Germany 14 Nov 2024, 18:00 – 22:00 Hamburg, Große Elbstraße 68, 22767 Hamburg, Germany stilwerk invites architects to network in Hamburg. Topic and speakers will be announced later. Details

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  • BoConcept x BIG

    BoConcept launches the "Nawabari" collection with BIG - Bjarke Ingels Group. Now available at BoConcept in stilwerk Hamburg. Enthusiastic about the product: Bjarke Ingels and Jakob Lange, Head of Product at BIG, in conversation. © BoConcept A design collaboration between two greats of Danish design does not happen every day. But now it has happened: BoConcept is delighted to be collaborating with the world-renowned architectural firm BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group – and is presenting the exclusive “Nawabari” collection. "BoConcept is known for its elegant and timeless designs that are eye-catching in any room. With this collaboration, we are opening up to BIG's characteristic disruptive approach with playful, informal designs. We are proud to be able to work with Bjarke and his team on this collection." Paula Mc Guinness, Chief Marketing Officer The inspiration The design of the collection, which was created under the leadership of partner and Head of BIG Products Jakob Lange, is inspired by the traditional Japanese art form of rope tying to create tight bonds. "Nawa" means rope in Japanese, and the term "Nawabari" traditionally refers to the tensioning of ropes. "When we started this collection, we were looking for a new form of expression for furniture. We were interested in the shapes that emerge when a material is tied with rope. The result is these sculptural organic shapes that form the core of this furniture family." Jakob Lange Works of art for the design-oriented home The Nawabari collection is an invitation to anyone who loves elegant design to transform their home into a creative art gallery. The colorful Nawabari stools make unique statements that transform any room, whether bedroom or home office, into a vibrant and artistic place. The Nawabari collection consists of two sofa options, an armchair, two coffee tables and two large footstools. It can be assembled in a variety of fabrics and colours from BoConcept's wide range, making it very versatile. The available fabrics include the luxuriously soft Ravello fabric, which is available in six colours: sand, beige, grey, grey-green, dark blue and old pink. The simplicity and elegance of BoConcept combined with BIG's forward-thinking, functional aesthetic make each design in the Nawabari collection an unparalleled design experience with the highest level of comfort and artistic design. The Nawabari collection is now available at BoConcept in stilwerk Hamburg. For more information about the launch, visit boconcept.com .

  • we curate inspiring spaces.

    With the Strandhotel Blankenese, stilwerk is opening its second hotel in Hamburg in May: Another Art Nouveau jewel, again on the water, only this time not on the Alster, but on the Elbe. The hotel is set against the picturesque backdrop of the Blankenese staircase district and exudes Mediterranean flair. We talk to Karlotta Bott, Head of Curation & Design, and Alexander Garbe, partner at stilwerk, about what makes this place so special, what the interior concept of the hotel looks like and what color worlds await us. stilwerk: What is special about this place? Alexander Garbe: A lot of things are happening at the same time in this place: you are in the city and somehow also out of it. The beach (incidentally one of the last natural beaches in Hamburg) is just around the corner and the harbor is opposite. Container giants pass by and the picturesque staircase district with its villas is behind you. This simultaneity is what makes it special. It creates a certain magic that makes this place so special...at least for me. Karlotta Bott: Absolutely – that's how I always feel when I come here. And the light – the light in the rooms is simply fantastic. When the sun shines, it creates such a warm atmosphere that I feel like I'm transported to the south. Karlotta Bott, Head of Curation & Design, and Alexander Garbe, partner of stilwerk. stilwerk: You have completely redesigned the hotel. How does such a creative process start? As a team, on site? Let's take a quick look behind the scenes... KB: Definitely as a team: After an initial, joint visit on site, during which we collect initial ideas, spontaneous associations and perhaps find three or four keywords that serve as a framework, an intensive research phase follows: Here I get visual inspiration, find moods that correspond to our vision of the place. These moods are usually not concrete at all, but rather are more about a mood, a feeling, the atmosphere, even in a certain way an attitude that we want to convey with the space. The essence of the place, so to speak... AG: Keywords like timeless, modern with a certain twist are basically already set - that is the DNA of stilwerk and all our destinations, so to speak. But it is a real process. With lots of curves, roundabouts and turns... The creative process starts with mood boards and collages © Luís Bompastor Then tell us – what is the design concept of the beach hotel? AG: With the beach hotel, we want to create a place that inspires, surprises and where a vacation in the city becomes possible. Vacation in the sense of relaxing, taking a break, taking a deep breath. Here you can really enjoy good design - for a business trip or a city trip. KB: Exactly, we want to create an oasis here. An oasis of well-being that inspires you. A place that invites exchange. We were inspired by the surroundings when designing: water, sand and lush green define our color scheme. The materials are all genuine and very natural. Unpainted, stained wood, marble surfaces, brass tones. Paired with small breaks, twists that make the overall picture exciting. These breaks start with the color scheme, continue with attractive, special shapes in the furniture and find the finishing touch in the accessories. The design of the studios © stilwerk © Luis Bompastor Speaking of color: As in the stilwerk Hotel Heimhude, color also plays a major role in the Strandhotel – how did this penchant come about and what are your Blankenese tones? KB: In fact, in both hotels the colors came first and then the rest came. So yes, main role describes it pretty well (laughs). For Blankenese we always say: sky, sun, sea and some greens - colors that are inspired by nature and create a really cozy atmosphere overall. Colors play an important role anyway, of course. But we wanted to go a little further and be bold: color as a statement, not garishly colorful, but clear in expression. AG: Karlotta had to sometimes slow me down so that it wasn't too colorful (laughs). A good example is our club room: it's pink, but far from the Barbie look and cutesy feel. Rather, it has a timeless vibe that is really special in combination with the furniture. From sans yellow to dusty blue: the colour palette is intense and fits in with nature © Luís Bompastor Perfect transition: What about the furniture - have you discovered new brands for the Kosmos? Are there certain key pieces that make up the Blankenese vibe? KB: We were particularly inspired in Milan at the Salone del Mobile and at the 3 Days of Design in Copenhagen. We were actually able to find some new brands there: Atelier Areti, for example, a small studio from Italy that we discovered in the off-program Alcova and that is now furnishing our public areas. With really great lights that are very elegant and formally really special. Or Rye from Denmark, who make their timeless wooden beds in Denmark and only make them to order. I could go on forever, but to name a few more names: Northern, Massproductions and Dusty Deco are also real highlight brands that are new to the cosmos. AG: A real key piece for me is the Verpan sofa in the Club Room. Lots of wood, metals and surprising accessories characterize the design of the hotel © Luís Bompastor Do you already have a favorite spot in the hotel? So where can we find you next? KB: I love the yellow studios. I'm looking forward to sleeping there and drinking my morning tea in the lounge chair with a truly unique view of the Elbe. When the sun shines, a very special magic develops in the room. My tip: Studio No. 4 ;) AG: My absolute favorite is the Club Room. For me, it's a special space that, with its mix of bar, living room and community space, could become a hotspot in Blankenese. That's what we hope, anyway. The clubroom with the Verpan sofa as an absolute key piece © stilwerk There is already another hotel in the city, the stilwerk Hotel Heimhude. It is also an Art Nouveau villa, also close to the water. What are the most striking differences for you? AG: Heimhude is our grande dame in sneakers: The surroundings are very urban, despite being close to the Alster. Our guests come there for a short city or business trip: design & culture, design & work, so to speak. Blankenese is completely different: the beach hotel is a beach getaway in the city. Just because of the surroundings: beach, water. There you are immediately surrounded by a calm that takes you out and relaxes you. Even people from Hamburg can go on holiday here. The idea behind stilwerk hotels is also to combine retail and the hotel industry – meaning: guests can buy everything they see in terms of design? AG: Something like that. In fact, that was our basic idea when we entered the hospitality industry: we want to make design a real experience in our hotels. In Blankenese, we're going one step further than in Heimhude: our hosts will also be available for initial advice and will then be happy to put you in touch with our retailers or the brand directly. The curated studios therefore offer not only accommodation, but also an opportunity to immerse yourself in a creative world and be truly inspired. Finally, back to Blankenese: Do you have three words that define the Strandhotel Blankenese for you? AG: mysterious lady in white…that’s four now, but it counts, right? (laughs) KB: Three are tough: I think I need a few more: cool ornaments with timeless, modern designs meet a good portion of edge. Add to that the magic of the place... Great. Thank you for the exciting insights and your time.

  • Captain Future

    Nick Sohnemann is an innovation consultant and successfully conducts research in the workspaces of German companies with his agency Future Candy. We wanted to know from him: What will the workplace of the future look like? An interview from 2019 that we fished out of our archive - we think it's just as relevant today as it was back then. stilwerk: Mr. Sohnemann, what does the perfect workplace of the future look like? NS: There is certainly no one perfect workplace or Office 2050. One thing that we clearly observe is that offices in the future will have to work for different usage situations. For example, one of our customers, a large German group, uses zones in the office. An arrival zone where, depending on the weather, you can also pack away your clothes upon arrival. Right next door there is a work zone, meeting zone and the energy zone for lunch. All areas are built according to the requirements and have different sound requirements, lighting settings and furniture. These striking scenarios will be reflected in companies in the future. stilwerk: Sounds like the end of individual offices. What technologies await us there? NS: Everything that revolves around remote work is an exciting field. Basically it means nothing other than that you have the opportunity to take part in meetings without traveling. Useless business trips can be avoided with new technologies. You switch to the screen of a moving robot standing in a New York office, while you control the whole thing from the comfort of Hamburg. Augmented reality is also something to keep in mind. This is again the computer-aided expansion of the perception of reality. Excel tables and complex information can be brought directly to the desk as a spatial image using data glasses. stilwerk: What conditions should now be created in companies for such a future office movement? NS: Companies should generally become more innovative. Develop the ability to respond more quickly and find services to address consumer needs. But to be honest, the most important thing is that companies become more attractive employers. This is 2019 – “Cobbler stick to your last” mentalities are unattractive to young people. We have almost full employment in Germany, and people can choose where they work. If employers do not adapt with their employee branding, trusting working hours and modern offices, they will lose their employees in the future. stilwerk: And what are the crucial skills for the employees of tomorrow? NS: A high energy level. Maybe there are no longer 40-hour weeks because you can do the work in 20 hours and therefore do a second or third job. We live in times of project economy. Companies notice this, but also employees. Teamwork, creativity and passion are basic requirements. But typically, teams in companies will be made up of employees with specialized knowledge and talent. The desire for expert knowledge means that employees have to continue their training. Because artificial intelligence will put an end to simple jobs and work. The workplace of the future looks like this: There will generally be less structure and a lot of flexibility will be required. This will be a very exciting challenge. stilwerk: Why did the idea of co-working spaces and mobile workplaces only take off in Germany in the last few years? NS: The old principle “Never change a running system” applies to us. The business models that work today were all developed 20 years ago and are still working well with them. Another reason is that there are many medium-sized family businesses that would rather pay dividends than invest in new technologies. Germany is very pessimistic about culture. This can be seen from the fact that there are few digital tech companies from Germany. People are afraid of being the first mover and would rather have their competitors test new products. This attitude is due to our prosperity. stilwerk: Which nations are ahead of us when it comes to innovation in the office? NS: We don't think in terms of nations. There is a greater distinction between rural regions and cities. There are A cities and B cities. To be honest, Hamburg is a clear B city and more on the same level as Copenhagen and Prague - here they copy the pioneers. A cities are London, Los Angeles, Madrid and Paris. Due to their size, they attract many innovators and drive them forward. China is particularly exciting. As a country, it is not at the level of the European Union. But it has driving forces through hotspots like Shanghai, Beijing and Sheng Zen. By 2025, many places in rural western China will be connected to high-speed internet, road systems and digital structures. The fact that the government is centrally controlling China's modernization is crazy. Silke Roth conducted the interview as part of our stilwerk magazine “Living intensified”, which was published in 2019.

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