The Inspiration Behind the Newly Completed Moët & Chandon Bar Berlin

The Inspiration Behind the Newly Completed Moët & Chandon Bar Berlin

The design studio Yabu Pushelberg has announced the completion of Moët & Chandon Bar Berlin. In this feature, we look at the design inspiration along with a peek inside the new luxurious premises, which showcases the iconic champagne house’s essence and soul.

Global design studio Yabu Pushelberg was entrusted by champagne house Moët & Chandon to design the Moët & Chandon Bar Berlin, a dazzling destination nestled within KaDeWe, the best-known department store in Germany, which debuted November 1, 2023.

Setting out with a desire to capture the essence of Moët & Chandon, the studio first needed to consider how to reinvigorate the meaning of heritage. Yabu Pushelberg were able to achieve this by delving into the past, designing an environment that visually expresses Moët & Chandon entering its next chapter of legacy.

A photograph of the entrance and one of the plush seating inside the bar

“To design for Moët & Chandon is to understand craftsmanship remains the living soul of the champagne house. We are honoured to be entrusted with the challenge of shaping the visual expression of a Moët & Chandon experience.” – George Yabu and Glenn Pushelberg.

The design studio’s mission was a monumental one: to ignite the profound wonder encapsulating Moët & Chandon’s rich heritage and elevate its legacy as the most loved champagne house in the world.

Yabu Pushelberg initiated their design process by exploring the intricate interplay of craftsmanship and emotion. They recognised that craftsmanship, characterised by its subtleties, unwavering commitment to quality, and meticulous attention to detail, was the north star.

These attributes seamlessly metamorphosed into emotions intrinsically tied to Moët & Chandon’s essence: desire, intimacy, and celebration.

A photograph of the red coloured seating and one of the curved bar

Challenging the notion that champagne is reserved solely for special occasions, Yabu Pushelberg designed the Moët & Chandon Bar Berlin as a venue to celebrate the small and big wins of everyday life.

To capture this vision, the studio blended the free spirit of Moët & Chandon and the precision of craftsmanship to create a visually fluid and exuberant environment that not only attracts but resonates with the essence of Berlin.

Two photographs showing the seating areas, which are defined by the colour schemes

Moët & Chandon Bar Berlin

  • Opening November 2023
  • KaDeWe, Tauentzienstraβe 21-24, 10789 Berlin / 6th Floor
  • Opening Hours: Monday – Saturday, 12:00 to 22:00

About Yabu Pushelberg
Yabu Pushelberg designs places and products: immersive environments, compelling destinations, and considered goods.

George Yabu and Glenn Pushelberg founded the studio in 1980 with a focus on interior design. The firm has since since expanded to address multiple layers of human experience.

With offices in New York and Toronto and a team of more than a hundred creatives and professionals, the studio specialises in sensibilities spanning strategy, interior, product, lighting, textiles, and styling with a focus that goes well beyond what things look like, to how they make people feel. More information on the design agency can be found at

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