Garhammer Fashion House Reopens After Renovations and Expansion

Garhammer Fashion House lingerie department

Above: the newly renovated Garhammer Fashion House lingerie department.

The Garhammer Fashion House in Waldkirchen, Germany reopened after a 15 month renovation that added 2,000 square meters of retail space, new dining options and a revamped lingerie department with 660 square meters of sales floor area.

Garhammer Fashion House lingerie department

Above: the newly renovated Garhammer Fashion House lingerie department.

The renovated lingerie department, located on the retailer’s second floor, sports a clean, modern and inviting aesthetic with beautiful fitting rooms and a healthy selection of lingerie. Intimate apparel brands on sale at the Garhammer Fashion House include Aubade, Fürstenberg, Mey, Passionata, s.Oliver and Triumph amongst others.

Garhammer Fashion House lingerie fitting rooms

Above: Garhammer Fashion House’s lingerie fitting rooms.

In three building phases, the architects and interior designers of Blocher Blocher Partners carefully expanded the complex commercial property, consolidated its inventory and extended the building northward, with a major new construction of some 2,500 square meters, linked to the original structure via several glassed-in skyways. The result is 9,000 square meters of retail space four stories high.

Garhammer Fashion House

Above: the Garhammer Fashion House.

The Garhammer Fashion House offers fashion for men, women, children and now, thanks to the renovations, home furnishings. The store’s history extends back to 1896 when the founder, Johann Garhammer, opened the first retail site as a grocery store. The company grew in size and offerings eventually becoming known as a fashion destination. In 2006, the Garhammer Fashion House received the “German Retail Prize“ by the German Retail Trade Federation (HDE) in Berlin. To learn more, please visit: garhammer.de.

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