MK&G Office Interior

Interior Design, Office Interior

For the Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg,

Studio Besau-Marguerre developed an interior

design concept that meets the requirements of

New Work and simultaneously creates a unique

atmosphere through the eclectic use of

various design elements. 

While sifting through the museum‘s archives,

the studio was struck by the huge multiplex

panels with graphic patterns and exciting

colours in the style of Memphis Milano that

the museum had kept after an exhibition on

the Italian design group. The find was

installed as a central design element and

Studio Besau-Marguerre used it to design

a conference table as a centerpiece for

the meeting room as well as a small round

table for the office. Following their eclectic

approach, the studio set other styles against

the eye-catching Memphis Milano patterns,

creating a harmonious and exciting overall

picture. The graphic patterns of the tables

were revisited, for example with the striped

wallpaper or the large, custom-made carpet,

which was produced by ReuberHenning

according to a design by the studio. To ensure

that the overall look is not chaotic –

despite the different styles, materials,

colours and patterns – Studio Besau-Marguerre

created a neutral basis with calm elements,

such as the gray curtains. 

For the chairs, the Studio Besau-Marguerre

chose an exciting and high-quality mix of

design classics, as well as contemporary

and young manufacturers in order to

showcase pieces of design history in line

with the museum‘s collection and to stimulate

conversation on the topic. While the different

designs create excitement, the neutral wood or

white tones of the chairs give the expressive

tables a harmonious and natural setting.

The modular and multifunctional office system

Mocon by Studio Besau-Marguerre for Sigel

complements the interior design and supports

the various work processes with different components. 


photos: Silke Zander









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