Nio Center｜Frankfurt, Germany officially opened its doors. This “cow house” is located in the Innenstadt neighborhood, where the oldest building in the city, the Eschenheimer Turm, and the famous local neighborhood square, the Hauptwache, are located. The pure white walls of the Nio Center contrast with the black window frames to create a purely modern feel.
The Gallery area features the first concept car, the EVE, and the track-genius EP9, designed as a “second living room” to create a driverless mobile living space, in front of a wall of floor-to-ceiling windows near the street. The Gallery area also features a small, simple, open conversation area.
The Forum area is quiet and intimate, surrounded by a deep blue color that frames the inspirational space with LED lighting around the ceiling. In the center of the area, there are many seats under a flat roof light and a large Led screen on the wall where users can book meetings and discussions as they see fit.
After exiting the Forum area, turn left along the corridor to enter the Community Chamber area, where transparent floor-to-ceiling glass doors and light-colored minimalist interior decoration make the whole space transparent.
Hidden to one side of the Living Café is the Joy Camp area, an open and mysterious ladder space with woven chandeliers and many small recessed Led spotlights hanging from the ceiling and many cute stuffed animals on the ladder.