The traditional clothing company Walbusch continues to expand its stationary trade

The traditional clothing company Walbusch continues to expand its stationary trade and focuses on experiential shopping. With the redesigned store in the Spandau-Arcaden, the Solingen-based fashion company, founded in 1934, is positioning its shop as a meeting place for the Walbusch community. The Düsseldorf interior designers from Schwitzke & Partner have transferred the Walbusch brand values – quality, community, innovation and function – into a contemporary store design and added the values of “experience” and “modernity”.

 

Lichtdetails bestimmen unbewusst das Wohlbefinden des Kunden.

Foto: weisslicht by Philipp Brohl

“With this new concept, Walbusch has taken an important step towards transforming its customers into a community and turning them into fans. Walbusch has understood how to create incentives to go stationary shopping nowadays despite strong online trade,” says Marie Ernst, Managing Director at Schwitzke & Partner.

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Berlin Spandau Arkaden

Walbusch
Berlin Spandau Arkaden

Walbusch
Berlin Spandau Arkaden