‘frankfurt regionals’ for heinemann by graft at the frankfurt international airport, germany all images courtesy graft

international design collective graft has created a display unit for the german brand heinemann’s first duty free shop in frankfurt international airport. featuring a series of wooden layers that modulate in shape and size, the 40 m2 project loosely defines the space and circulation route of visitors.

with the aim of providing a display scheme that is new and dynamic, the design utilizes the sculpturally stacked surfaces as ‘shelves’. as shoppers walk around the structure, the form of the unit shifts and alters according to the vantage point. a sense of floatation is achieved by beveling down the base to a smaller area.

graft architects: frankfurt regionals perspective view

graft architects: frankfurt regionals

graft architects: frankfurt regionals

graft architects: frankfurt regionals

graft architects: frankfurt regionals display stocked

graft architects: frankfurt regionals 3D model

graft architects: frankfurt regionals

graft architects: frankfurt regionals plan

graft architects: frankfurt regionals sections