Recognition of the veiled wedding hall

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"How many happy marriages are closed in this room!" Interior designer Veronika Kammerer took note of this wish and connected it to the Zettel Z lamp in the new wedding hall of the Altötting Town Hall. presence of Clerk Andrea Asbeck. Photo: black

"How many happy marriages are closed in this room!" Interior designer Veronika Kammerer took note of this wish and connected it to the Zettel Z lamp in the new wedding hall of the Altötting Town Hall. presence of Clerk Andrea Asbeck. Photo: black

All in white – as in the words of Roy Black, the wedding hall is presented in the town hall of the district and the city of pilgrimage. With their ideas for conversion, the studio interior designers find their place in the 2019/20 edition of the famous Handbook Interior Design, recently presented in Munich.

The publisher is the Bund Deutscher Innenarchitekten (bdia). Presented are working environments and how they can be functional and original, attractive and modern. The big models – an publishing house, a hotel or a brewery with a restaurant – are presented. "The fact that our little project was shot is a surprise and we are very happy," says Veronika Kammerer of Studio Lot. There were 150 applications, 25 were included in the book.

The intention to do justice to the issue of marriage in Altötting is hidden behind the ideas of the redesign. The central element of the room is now a white curtain, an allegory of the wedding veil. The rings illuminating the vault are also a symbol of marriage. The connection to the place of pilgrimage is done by the same ring-shaped candlestick that replaces the old chandelier. "The Zettel & Z lamp from the Ingo Maurer designer fits perfectly into the room, in its lightness and takes up the idea of ​​votive tablets," explains the manual of bdia. Handwritten notes with wishes and thanksgiving by married couples can be attached. – ecsThe local newspaper reports in detail on July 17!

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