Discover Germany, Issue 87, November 2021

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Golfclub Rheinblick Lottstetten–Nack, Switzerland.

SUPREME ABUNDANCE

TEXT: CORNELIA BRELOWSKI  I  PHOTOS: FISCHBACH&ABEREGG

Tanja Fischbach und Christoph Aberegg take no prisoners when it comes to atmospheric design creations. They recklessly combine emotion with functionality, to surprising results.

light-filled atmosphere. A backlog demand for consumerism is not to be underestimated.” ADDED VALUES

Eclecticism meets streamlining and structured thinking with Fischbach & Aberegg: Whether for hotels, gastronomy, corporate or private clients – they are the perfect fit for unique interior design with sustainable potential.

by unique single pieces thrown into the mix. Distinctive light direction functions as one of the main influences to create a specific atmosphere matching the client’s vision of an ideal environment.

MAKING DREAMS COME TRUE IN STYLE

Warm and Baroque, or cool and streamlined, each of the projects show the handwriting of the couple – there is always a sense of abundance and creative joy.

Depending on the client’s ideas, Fischbach & Aberegg make the most challenging dreams come true by combining aesthetic classics with state-of-the-art design, often completed

Resort Hotel Alex, Zermatt.

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Tanja Fischbach offers: “Our experience shows that the most important factor is to feel at home in a warm, opulently equipped sphere. In a way, these are basic human needs.” Speaking about the recent past, this concept may well be therapeutic – after years of pandemic-induced asceticism, people are striving to make up for the lack of abundance: “Guests and customers are more likely to linger in lovely, lush rooms filled with a warm,

Known as a gastronomy-orientated company since 1994, Fischbach & Aberegg AG nowadays engage in interior, architectural and design concepts across the sectors. Over the past few years, the office has been engaged in more than 200 projects for hotels and restaurants, jewellers and residences as well as private clients, through to product design. With core principles such as credibility, openness and flexibility, the competencies clearly lie with the planning and realisation of challenging, complex high-end tasks. Their integral planning strategy is marked by creating added value for the client and a strong connection with qualified system partners. Current projects include restaurants in Davos for the Graubündner cantonal bank, as well as boutique hotels, restaurant planning for a start-up, a large retail store concept and an exclusive glasses collection, made to measure for the individual fit.