Discover Germany, Issue 88, December 2022

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Design Guide – We Design Your Home  |  Special Theme  |  Discover Germany

Exclusive and individual – interior design concepts by sarto – Tailored Interiors for private apartments or large-scale building projects.

PERFECT DESIGN REFLECTS A SENTIMENT AND AN INDIVIDUAL CHARACTER sarto –Tailored Interiors in Berlin is considered unique among interior specialists. The company combines six different brands and showrooms, each with their own unique design approach and teams, but with the same guiding principle: to not simply sell an interior but to create inspiring spaces, no matter if young or modern, more traditional and elegant or with an innovative design. TEXT: JESSICA HOLZHAUSEN  I  PHOTOS: SARTO – TAILORED INTERIORS

”Interior design is the art of lending character to a room – that is the essence of our work,” says sarto – Tailored Interiors founder Arno Schneider. “We can work with the most beautiful things in the world and design our clients’ most important spaces, their workspace and their home.” This is why the company’s core philosophy is: “We accompany and advise our

clients but more so we fulfil our clients’ desires, because they are the ones who will spend the most time in their homes, after all.” SIX DIFFERENT SHOWROOMS WITH ONE UNIQUE DESIGN PHILOSOPHY Arno Schneider heads sarto – Tailored Interiors together with his business partner Claudia

Ruhsek. sarto is Italian for tailor – a cute pun, because Schneiders surname is also tailor in German. Six different brands are currently united under the parent company: dopo domani, Ruby, Herrendorf, Minotti Berlin, Poliform Berlin and the curated online shop – each with their own and very unique characteristics. RUBY, for example, is a bit more modern and young in its design approach. Herrendorf is very elegant, while dopo domani is innovative, without being eccentric. Minotti and Poliform are mono-brand showrooms in Berlin, “of world renowned high-end interior brands”. However, while all showrooms are different in design and style, they still have something in common. They do not simply sell December 2021  |  Issue 88  |  15