Falkenberg A Concept Store to fall for

Saturday, September 12 2015

Opening Times

Monday till Friday 10.30-19.00
Saturday 10.30-16.00


Falkenberg Concept Store
Franz-Joseph-Straße 21
80801 Munich-Schwabing
.How to get there


+49 89 38 66 50 77

For quite a while now, I have been passing by Falkenberg's, completely fascinated by the location. Mid Century furniture on kilim rugs, tender glass objects placed aside classic-modern lamps, fabrics and accessories. Carefully selected pieces of furniture, books, as well as tea and chocolate are staged next to finest fashion by Paul Smith, Odeeh, Semi-Couture, Johnstons of Elgin and many more. Ms Falkenberg picks and rotates the exhibited pieces on a two-month basis, making it seem as if she is actually curating her own art gallery, staging all the beautiful things she loves.

Admittedly, Frans-Joseph-Straße is not your typical shopping street – it's one of Schwabing's splendorous tree-lined residential streets with grand turn-of-the-century buildings. Yet this was the perfect location from the very beginning, as store owner Sabine Falkenberg is not intent on incidental walk-ins, but would rather take good care of her faithful customer base. And so she does, by organizing trunk shows twice a year, celebrations that include a catwalk, food, music and a good amount of socializing and networking. But even those casual customers that do find their way here will be nothing but pleased, because what you get here are good quality and beautiful pieces, some of which are made exclusively in or for Munich.

Falkenberg Concept Store München Geschirr
Falkenberg Concept Store München Couch
Falkenberg Concept Store München Spiegel
Falkenberg Concept Store München Wohnzimmer
Falkenberg Concept Store München Sideboard
Falkenberg Concept Store München Sessel
Falkenberg Concept Store München Tisch und Stühle
Falkenberg Concept Store München Sofa
Falkenberg Concept Store München Coffeetable

Charming founder and owner is also an officially appointed Fritz Hansen representative, hence the subliner "Republic of Fritz Hansen". That is what got Falkenberg's success story started in the first place. More high-end interior design labels available include Finn Juhl, Zanotta, Classicon, Carl Hansen & Son, Montana, Louis Poulsen, Manufaktur Nymphenburg, Lobmeyr and many more. The permanent range of products comprises about 60 brands while always aiming to cover the complete spread.

That is a lot to show in just her store – so the owner opens up the doors of her private home to her familiar customers and uses her own four walls as an outsourced showroom. It gives her clients the chance to see what all these objects could look like in a private setting, which seems to be very well-received. However, that is still not all Falkenberg has to offer. Not only does the art historian and solicitor consult her customers, she has access to multiple networks and provides you with contacts to reliable carpenters, glaziers, electricians and metal workers.

Miss Falkenberg did not want to be just another furniture or fashion shop. She wanted to come up with a unique concept that would ultimately lead her to success. And, just like that, she did – congratulations!

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