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Muller

Hoogstraten, Belgium

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  • Industry
  • Architecture
    Atelier De Bondt, Antwerp/ Belgium
  • Opening
    July 2014
  • Shopfitters
    HBS, Geel/ Belgium
  • Photographer
    Roman Thomas, Celle/ Germany


Muller showroom in Hoogstraten

Founded in 1949, the kitchen and tableware retailer has a portfolio of around 50 well-known brands covering various price categories and quality characteristics The showroom in Hoogstraten is furnished with the Visplay systems Invisible 3, Kado 15, Label, Xero 4 and Xero 8.

The wall systems Xero 4, Xero 8 and Invisible 3, combined with glass shelves, wooden shelves and hanging rails, create independent, flexible displays for the diverse kitchenware.

Invisible 3 is primarily used for the presentation of small items: hooks are inserted into the profile and can be repositioned at any time, or replaced with other merchandise supports.

The mid-floor section of the showroom is designed with Kado 15 structures. The freely expandable system offers generous display surfaces for the expansive product range.