The new LenzWerk Monaco showroom hosts the excellences of German design for tailor-made interior design projects

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The lounge area of the LenzWerk Monaco showroom

High-end furniture store chain LenzWerk has opened its first showroom on the French Riviera, in the heart of the Principality of Monaco. LenzWerk Monaco, which can be visited by appointment only, is located inside Villa Nuvola, an elegant building designed by Parisian architect Jean-Pierre Lott. The showroom occupies an area of 800 square meters, and reproduces, through a specially-made layout, a refined and elegant home furnished with products by the best German companies.

At LenzWerk Monaco, shapes, materials and colors become a source of inspiration for new furnishing projects. Customers and visitors can touch and see up close the quality, beauty and functionality of the products by Jan Kath, Walter Knoll, Occhio, Burmester, Bette. But also by Dornbracht, Miele, WMF, KSI, and many other brands.

Villa Nuvola: between art and design

In addition to the LenzWerk Monaco furniture showroom, Villa Nuvola, in Monte Carlo, houses an event space and the Koenig Galerie Berlin art gallery. The gallery exhibits the works of the most important exponents of contemporary German art such as Katharina Grosse, Jorinde Voigt, Anselm Reyle, Jeppe Hein, Alicia Kwade.

Discover the exhibition German Design 1948-1989: Two Countries, One History

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The kitchen of the LenzWerk Monaco showroom

LenzWerk: a successful group

LenzWerk is internationally renowned for renovating listed buildings such as the Thomas Mann House in Los Angeles, California, the former residence of Nobel laureate Thomas Mann, who lived there with his family during his exile from 1942 to 1952.

The LenzWerk group embraces the whole world of design, creating living spaces that improve people’s quality of life. The Berlin-based holding company includes the following companies: LenzWerk Manufakt GmbH, for the design and manufacture of custom furniture; LenzWerk Konzept and LenzWerk Konstrukt GmbH, for the design and construction of public and private spaces, respectively; LenzWerk TechniK, for consulting, planning and implementation of the latest technologies in the field of construction; LenzWerk Development GmbH for residential and commercial real estate projects in modular construction, with the support of WerkModul; LenzWerk Monaco S.A.M., the company’s first showroom that brings the excellence of German design under one roof.

Below, the façade of the LenzWerk Monaco showroom, at Villa Nuvola, in Monte Carlo

Discover the exhibition German Design 1948-1989: Two Countries, One History