K.U.L.T.OBJEKT Ltd. & Co. KG

Großenhainer Str. 101b, 01127 Dresden
Germany

Telephone +49 351 16053568
Fax +49 351 65301323
office@kultobjekt.info

This company is co-exhibitor of
LIGNEUS GmbH Inneneinrichtung Ladenbau

Trade fair hall

  • Hall 10 / G42
 Interactive Plan

Hall map

EuroShop 2017 hall map (Hall 10): stand G42

Fairground map

EuroShop 2017 fairground map: Hall 10

Contact

Jens Fischer

CEO

Phone
+49 151 46463550

Email
jens.fischer@kultobjekt.info

Visit us

Hall 10 / G42

07.03.2017

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11:00 - 12:00

Press Guided Tour

Join us for...
... walking virtually
Already today, you can take a walk around tomorrow’s store worlds with us…
... talking business
CEO Jens Fischer is looking forward to giving information and interviews.  Please tell us your wishes.  We will be delighted to reserve an individual appointment for you under tel. +49 (0)351 65306231
... stalking the robot
The new humanoid player in our team, Pepper, is definitely eager to meet you…

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08.03.2017

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14:00 - 15:00

Press Get-together

Join us for...
... walking virtually
Already today, you can take a walk around tomorrow’s store worlds with us…
... talking business
CEO Jens Fischer is looking forward to giving information and interviews.  Please tell us your wishes.  We will be delighted to reserve an individual appointment for you under tel. +49 (0)351 65306231 or presse@kultobjekt.info
... stalking the robot
The new humanoid player in our team, Pepper, is definitely eager to meet you…

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09.03.2017

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10:00 - 11:00

Press Talk

Join us for...
... walking virtually
Already today, you can take a walk around tomorrow’s store worlds with us…
... talking business
CEO Jens Fischer is looking forward to giving information and interviews.  Please tell us your wishes.  We will be delighted to reserve an individual appointment for you under tel. +49 (0)351 65306231
... stalking the robot
The new humanoid player in our team, Pepper, is definitely eager to meet you…

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Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Shopfittings, shop furnishings, store design & visual merchandising

Shopfittings, shop furnishings, store design & visual merchandising

  • 01  Shopfittings, shop furnishings, store design & visual merchandising
  • 01.03  Store design & visual merchandising
  • 01.03.01  General planning and services
  • 01.03.01.01  Shop architecture and store design

Shop architecture and store design

Our products

Product category: Shopfittings, shop furnishings, store design & visual merchandising

World of Sports

Concept development and planning of an innovative bicycle market with experience character and emotional staging of product and brand.

Performance range: Total concept Building architecture | Outdoor area | Interior | Shopfitting.

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Product category: Shopfittings, shop furnishings, store design & visual merchandising

Concept Store

Concept development and planning of an innovative, ecologically compatible shopping and leisure centre with flagship character and unique position.
Performance range: Total concept Building architecture | Outdoors area | Interior | Shopfitting 

 

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Product category: Shopfittings, shop furnishings, store design & visual merchandising

My Shoes

Concept development and planning of an owner run shoe shop with high appeal to the customer and innovative storage on manageable shopping floor.

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Company news

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Jan 31, 2017

QRunning - A shoe shop starring Robot the Entertainer

QRunning claims it is the concept of an innovative shoe shop. Here buying shoes is now a relaxed event, while robots do the work and do this in front of an audience.

With this future focussed concept, the stationary shoe business for once benefits from the structures of the Amazons and Zalandos: the mobile pick and place robots originate from logistics departments.

The store is laid out like an arena: there is a lounge area in the middle. Here you can try on shoes, browse through digital ranges, talk shop and watch the robots. The robots are busy in the background in openly visible goods stores – there where the audience is seated in an arena – with seeking out the models and sizes ordered by the visitors via pressing a button or QR scan.  After locating, grasping – the robot can carry six to eight shoe boxes – and handing out the models precisely, the robot retreats to give the customer room to try on shoes. And take the chosen models to the cash desk or even again scan other models – it’s guaranteed that he or she will not encounter unfriendly sales staff, because the robots are markedly patient…

The model format QRunning was developed by K.U.L.T.OBJEKT Marken- und Erlebnisarchitektur in Dresden. The pick and pack robots Toru Cube come from the start up robotics company Magazino from Munich, with whom a cooperation agreement was concluded. Toru Cube is capable of navigating freely in a charted store and, thanks to safety sensor technology, cannot only react to obstacles but also operate safely with people in the same work area.
The complete concept is presented at the EuroShop at the K.U.L.T.OBJEKT stand in Halle 10 / G42.

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Nov 21, 2016

Leopold by K.U.L.T.OBJEKT

Smart suit and steam machine: Leopold by K.U.L.T.OBJEKT

In the new menswear store Leopold in Heidelberg, the agency K.U.L.T.OBJEKT Marken- und Erlebnisarchitektur stitched breaches of style together into a harmonious world of experience for men.

Leopold sells fashion for men of every age and combines jeans and suits, leisure and business, conventional manufacture and eco-fair newcomers.  In line with this diversity, the spatial concept also throws an arc of suspense from smart suits to the steam machine.
Several massive steel supports from the building structure were integrated into the design concept. The natural stone wall uncovered during the conversion was left in its original state, striking a stark contrast to the suits presented in front of it.
The wall covering photo of a steam machine also strikes a connection to masculine industrial chic.  The historical original motif coming from a pit in Dorsten named “Fürst Leopold” is one of the many subtle accents making the store design distinctive.  Industrial design lamps alternate with antique ventilators, which are modelled on American ones from 1910.  Old motors parade like museum exhibits in two transparent acrylic-glass cabinets, LED illuminated from below.

Vinylbar
Staged in lofty height under a ceiling up to 4 metres high, an original motorbike veteran poses on the back cupboard of the area around the cash desk, an RT 125 known as “Reichstyp” (National Model), which comes from the DKW factory in Zschopau and was produced until 1965. The prepared headlight of the antique machine throws a spotlight onto the entrance.  
A gallery taking up part of the room was removed during the conversion and only the five step metal industrial stairs were left which serve for decoration. The vinylbar in the store is a cosy lounge area with two high backed sofas, cocktail table, old-school record player and retro vinyl discs which the customers can listen to here.
Despite many details emanating nostalgia, the store stands apart from the usual vintage looks.  The room character is modern and light, which is ensured by the daylight streaming in through six large display windows down to the floor and the entrance.

Facts:
Leopold, Friedrich-Ebert-Anlage 27, 69117 Heidelberg
Opened: 30th September 2016
Area: 175 sqm
Store concept: K.U.L.T.OBJEKT Marken- und Erlebnisarchitektur, Dresden
Lighting: LED technology  
Range: Alberto, Desoto, CG, Roy Robson, Avour, Maol, K.O.I. Kings of Indigo, Goodsociety Jeans, Armedangels u.a.
Photos: © K.U.L.T.OBJEKT / Daniel Nötzold

Info: Jens Fischer, CEO K.U.L.T.OBJEKT: jens.fischer@kultobjekt.info, mobil: +49(0)151 46463550

About K.U.L.T.OBJEKT
With an interdisciplinary alignment, the agency for brand and experience architecture K.U.L.T.OBJEKT develops expressive store concepts and experience areas for retail trade, museums and showrooms.  Taking an innovative and visionary approach, CEO Jens Fischer banks on individuality and differentiation from the mainstream.  The concepts are always developed in close agreement with the owners and operators, and implemented as GU to the turnkey ready handover.
K.U.L.T.OBJEKT combines dramaturgical and scenographic methods from film and theatre with neuropsychological findings as well as a long experience in retail and brand management.  K.U.L.T.OBJEKT uses modern technologies, both for concepts and on the shop floors themselves.

K.U.L.T.OBJEKT is currently researching concepts which make the real world blend with the virtual world on the retail floor and functionally employ augmented reality.  K.U.L.T.OBJEKT premiering as EuroShop 2017 exhibitor will present insights into their performance range, a company which is often an insider tip in industry circles.

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Company details

Expressive store concepts which stand apart.

The interdisciplinary agency for brand and experience architecture creates retail concepts and room experiences for small and large chain store retailers who want to stand out from the mainstream.  With flexibility and diversity, an emotional story telling is conjured up tailor-made in close cooperation with the customer which is expressive and ensures differentiation and customer proximity.   Here, digital and interactive media come in just as classical shopfitting, neuropsychological findings and/or dramaturgical and scenographic methods from film and theatre, according to positioning and requirement.

The performance range comprises all steps of the process from the planning over the implementation up to the turnkey ready handover.

Currently, K.U.L.T.OBJEKT is researching concepts which cause the real world to purposefully blend with the virtual world on the retail floor and employ augmented reality with benefit for the customers.

Store Design | Experience | Emotion | Interactive | Media | Storytelling | Shopfitting | Concept + Realisation | Branding | Full-Service

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Company data

Foundation

2000

Area of business
  • Shopfittings, shop furnishings, store design & visual merchandising
  • Lighting
  • POP Marketing