Stephanie Thatenhorst bedecks kid-friendly optician in graphic patterns

Triangular patterned tiles and an eyewear-dispensing machine feature in Stephanie Thatenhorst’s playful interior for this children’s optician in Munich.

Named Rookies, the specialist outlet takes up just 30 square metres in Munich’s city centre and belongs to German eyewear brand Leidmann.

Local interior designer Thatenhorst conceived the shop as a “noisy, wild and unique paradise for children”, with all seating and product displays adjusted for their height.

All walls in the Rookies store are finished with geometric tiles (top and above)

“When you enter the room, you enter unfamiliar terrain,” she explained.

“The blue carpet signals that you are entering

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