Pubblicato il 6 Aprile 2013 Di


For the new showroom for the bathroom furniture company Talsee, the Swiss architecture firm Burkard Meyer required an innovativeinstallation of chains hanging from the ceiling. Following the architect’s creative brief, KriskaDECOR created a new modular system for the project.

The client reception area has been installed in the central area. The varying lengths of the chains (the longestmeasures 7.80 meters) form a ‘rain passage’ that separates thedifferent functions of the showroom, creating a ‘room’ inside eachone. The lighting creates a surreal and magical ambiance.

This project is the exemplary of KriskaDECOR’s essence; besides custom making specific designs for the project, the company did also develop an installation system to suit the space.

All these processes, from the development of the product to the manufacturing methods have been conceived in-house.

Showroom Talsee AG, Badmöbel, Hochdorf, Switzerland

Architects: Burkard Meyer in collaboration with Konform AG