Terminal 2 Duty Free shop by Gruschwitz & Umdasch
Terminal 2 at Munich Airport was bursting at the seams – and led to an extension of the terminal infrastructure. This was the reason for the construction of the new satellite building. It created an additional processing capacity of 11 million passengers per year. An underground train links the Terminal 2 satellite with the rest of the airport. Umdasch Shopfitting was responsible for the realisation of the shopfitting for the Duty Free area within this challenging project. The design concept for the shop areas was produced by Gruschwitz, the Munich architects’ office. In order to ensure that the shopfitting lived up to expectations, systems by the Umdasch partner Vitra Retail were also used.
The special-offer areas are particularly eye-catching. Their visual merchandising conveys a cosy Munich beer-garden atmosphere at the POS. The metal figures which greet customers in the Duty-Free area are remarkable; they represent Munich celebrities including Karl Valentin, for example. Umdasch Shopfitting developed the interior across a floor area totalling 2,000 m2; the installation was carried out between the end of February and the beginning of April.
Text by: RetailDesignBlog.net
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