Hotel Taschenbergpalais Kempinski


Innenarchitekt Berlin


The Taschenberg Palais in Dresden was built as a unique baroque ensemble by the dazzling Augustus the Strong for his Madame de Pompardour, the Countess of Cosel, between the palace and the Zwinger.

Almost completely destroyed in the war years of 1945, the entire Carree was reconstructed with the integration of the still existing building elements.

The Kempinski Grandhotel is now being thoroughly renovated and the rooms and suites as well as the public areas are being redesigned with our design.

The palace-like palace will be luxurious, classic and elegantly modern to meet the demands of guests in the state capital..


Althoff Dom Hotel Cologne
Rebirth of a hotel legend


The traditional Grandhotel is located right next to Cologne Cathedral in the heart of the old town. The building is being completely refurbished, converted and refurnished. The attic, which was completely destroyed during World War II, is being rebuilt according to the design of the well-known architectural firm Ingenhoven.

The rooms and suites will be luxurious, modern, spacious and thus suitable for the cosmopolitan traveler. The design of the hotel's public areas, such as the lobby, spa, restaurants, bar and ballroom, also places great emphasis on preserving the historic character and combining it with the contemporary requirements of a modern hideaway.

The opulent, period-style facade sets a design benchmark for the interior design. It embodies the epitome of a European grand hotel in the 5-star superior category.


Metamorphosis of a locomotive hall

Opening May 2021

Interior designer Berlin

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Fotos: Wolfgang Stahr

In a listed hall on over 45000 square meters in the north of Munich, a unique universe around the car has been created.

Our design for the Ameron Motorworld Munich is of course inspired by this atmosphere, adopts cool car paint colors of the 60s and 70s, works specifically with glass, wood and metal and brick and leaves the
ceiling technology unblended .

The 156 rooms and studios, the restaurant, the bar and lobby, the spa and fitness area are individually designed and decorated with art by different artists, sometimes as wall tattoos or Edding graffiti.

The corridors of the rooms are red and black, reminiscent of pit stops , the carpet specially made for it according to our designs.

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Fotos: Wolfgang Stahr


Fotos: Wolfgang Stahr

Fotos: Wolfgang Stahr


Fotos: Markus Hilzinger


Fotos: Markus Hilzinger


Fotos: Markus Hilzinger


Fotos: Wolfgang Stahr


Fotos: Wolfgang Stahr




The designer Markus Hilzinger creates luxurious interiors, perfectly shaped product designs and curates unique art concepts. Design is omnipresent for Markus Hilzinger. It affects us all and influences our actions. The balanced symbiosis of aesthetics & functionality is therefore a special concern of the interior designer. Driven by a love of detail, a passion for his work and a vision of holistic design, Markus Hilzinger strives for harmonious proportions and perfect balance.

His creations are always tailor-made, individual and authentic. It all starts with a briefing with the client, historical research and finally a picture, an abstract idea that takes shape for the first time on a blank sheet of paper. After intensive fine-tuning and sensitive selection of materials, Markus Hilzinger creates a harmonious design, which is presented in the form of mood boards and renderings. Until the final realization it is often a long and exciting way. Therefore, the designer accompanies every project with a lot of know-how and passion until completion.