Langham Nymphenburg Residenz: a different world in every bathroom
For over two years, the 18th century manor of Schloss Nymphenburg was
meticulously restored and revived as a bespoke private residence. An ideal
family vacation home, the residence features seven bathrooms, four bedrooms,
three living rooms, an airy dining room, a fully-equipped kitchen, fitness
centre, conference suite, home cinema and wine cellar.
Langham Nymphenburg Residence, Munich is right next to the world-famous
Nymphenburg porcelain factory, whose history is closely linked to the
Wittelsbach family. Here guests can enjoy a stay with plenty of space
and privacy in a historical setting.
Exclusive interior design
The Munich-based architecture
bureau Mang Mauritz Design created an exclusive interior for the Langham
Nymphenburg Residence, Munich. All rooms have been individually furnished.
Specially selected pieces from the well-known Nymphenburg porcelain manufactury
were selected to match the palatial backdrop. The Nymphenburg porcelain can
also be found in each of the seven bathrooms, each of them designed in a
part of a project to restore its Langham Nymphenburg residence in Munich, the
renowned porcelain manufacturer Nymphenburg teamed up with Dornbracht, a German
manufacturer of high-quality fittings, to furnish the bathrooms of the
residence. The cooperation with Dornbracht came about as part of the two
companies’ membership of the “Meisterkreis”, which fosters collaborative projects in terms of creativity
across a wide range of industries.
Dornbracht underlines individual bathroom themes
of the seven bathrooms in the residence is dedicated to a specific theme and
tells its own story: in one room guests are the stars in a circus ring, in
another they find themselves in a cloud bath. The carefully selected Dornbracht
products reflect the style of the residence's architecture and give each
bathroom its own individual character. At the same time, the clear lines of the Dornbracht icons form a
contrast to the opulent, playful interior design of the house.
The luxurious quality of the furnishings
is complemented by Dornbracht's Tara, Vaia, Meta and CL.1 design series in
gold, chrome and matt dark platinum finishes. While Tara complements the safari
theme in matt black, Vaia in matt dark platinum blends perfectly into the
butterfly setting. The golden Tara emphasises the flair of the Master Suite,
which reflects Bavaria's royal past in detailed depictions of Bavarian castles
such as Neuschwanstein, Hohenschwangau and Herrenchiemsee.