INTERVIEW: “ADVERTISING CINEMA ITSELF“ In his view, high-quality offerings are the key to the future of cinema. We spoke to Kinopolis CEO, Gregory Theile, about the new Dolby Cinema
When you visit the Dolby Cinema at the Mathäser Filmpalast in Munich these days, you may not even realize the architectural feat involved in integrating this design concept with the existing buildings. For experts, however, this is a clear reflection of the success of this project achieved by Cinema Designer, Anne Batisweiler.
The FOCUS HOTEL pavilion at INTERGASTRA has established itself as an event not to be missed by the decision-makers in the industry. Why? Because the concept behind it is unique: At this European event, the hotel world appears in its full scope. Players in the industry can also obtain information about current product ranges, product […]
The cinema market is extremely competitive. Operators need many innovative ideas to score with the audience. So, Thomas Wilhelm, the owner of “Neues Rex” Cinema in Munich-Laim, turned to renowned Cinema Designer, Anne Batisweiler, to keep up with the frontrunners. The former single screen cinema was to be turned into two smaller auditoriums, offering twice as many film.(LICHT 3/2017)
Project viewings and tours, workshops and presentations, light performances and vernissages… from cinema to department store, from theater to airport… whether for experts, consumers, locals or newcomers, children or university students…. the Munich ‘LICHTWOCHE’ Festival of Light diverse program had something for everyone. (LICHTWOCHE MÜNCHEN 2016)
One of the highlights during the LICHTWOCHE Munich event series is the presentation of this newly reopened art house or repertory cinema followed by the movie matinee showing of “Icons of Light” (Lichtgestalten). This alluring cinema in Munich-Laim was completely remodeled by BATISWEILER CINEMA DESIGN (KINOPLANUNG BATISWEILER). (LICHTWOCHE MÜNCHEN 2016)
Arriving at this Architect’s heritage villa in the South of Pasing, a district in Munich, my first point of contact is her friendly dog, carrying a sneaker. While scanning the home for sources of light, the dog does not let me out of its sights. The stairway is adorned by a multi-colored chandelier – an optical contrast to the two, somber and severe oil portraits showing the previous owners. (Süddeutsche Zeitung | 28.102016)
For many people, the profession of interior designer makes them think of colourful drapes and designer furniture – which is far removed from what this job actually entails. The magazine “exklusive häuser” (Exclusive Homes) asked Munich interior designer, Anne Batisweiler, about her day-to-day work and about the differences between the professions of interior designer, architect and interior decorator. (exklusive häuser 01/15, Lydia Meyer / Anne Batisweiler, Family Home Verlag GmbH)