when opening his spectacular concept store back in 2011, retailer andreas murkudis propelled berlin into the forefront of noteworthy global shopping destinations. he managed to uphold the store's reputation ever since, and with one look it's easy to see why. sure, the retail space is awe-inspiring, but it's also the curated selection of goods that make the concept store a must-see address for the most discerning of shoppers. offerings are tightly curated and have a seamless coherence that betrays a rare and meticulous sense of aesthetics. furniture and homewares have always been an integral part of the collection, but now andreas murkudis has stepped up their visibility by launching a separate retail entity right next door.
dubbed am ma – a german abbreviation of andreas murkudis möbel und architektur or andreas murkudis furniture and architecture – it presents an equally fine selection of merchandise, ranging from handcrafted furniture, ceramics and the finest italian linens, to samples for floors, wall paint and tiling. the brand list is elaborate and higly specialized, and currently includes niche brands from across the planet, such as imamura design, linck keramik, muller van severen, classicon and christophe delcourt. but that's not all, as am ma also provides interior design services by a team of architects, interior designers and artists that'll allow customers to navigate any design process from a to z. location: potsdamerstrasse 77 [tiergarten].