The interior art by KlebeBande extends over five office floors in the former Berlin department store Rudolph Hertzog. Different techniques such as tape art, graffiti, painting, wallpaper design, large format prints on canvas, glass design and photo emulsion were applied and combined on more than one hundred walls. Some works were created in collaboration with global local artists as ISAKOV and Thomas Gosset Valère.
The concepts for the different floors of the Rudolph Hertzog department store were created and constructed in cooperation with a London interior design office HOK.
The remnants of the buildings original Art Deco and Art Nouveau interior, are the inspiration for the design concept, that focuses on the historical context of the buildings original architecture, set in the 1920s.
Photos by Marcus Zumbansen