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Cheers to this really beautiful Stuttgart wine shop from Furch Gestaltung

Posted by Rob Alderson,

Here in Britain, our stiff reserve means that when it comes to the season to be jolly, we tend to need a little liquid encouragement. So booze-saturated are these Yuletide celebrations that stocking up for the festive season tends to be planned with military precision – based on complex calculations around each guest’s projected consumption, then double everything. This branch of the Weinhandlung Kreis wine shop in Stuttgart designed by Furch Gestaltung + Produktion seems to have been designed with this kind of binge-shopping in mind, showcasing as it does 12,000 bottles in just 70 square metres. The juxtaposition of horizontally-racked bottles with vertically-clipped counterparts creates a warm, fuzzy of feeling of being overwhelmed with choice and the brightly-coloured finish adds to the stylish vibe. The architects said: “This shop should consist just of wine and no furniture – similar to a spreadsheet, which is full of data without wasting any space on structure.” Amen to that!

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Posted by Rob Alderson

Editor-in-Chief Rob oversees editorial across all three It’s Nice That platforms; online, print and events. He has a background in newspaper journalism and a particular interest in art, advertising and photography. He is the main host of the Studio Audience podcast.