February 18, 2019

Rolls-Royce Studios in Berlin

From October 2017 a Rolls-Royce Studio was opened in the heart of Berlin’s luxury quarter of Kurfürstendamm 31, in the capital of Europe’s largest economy.

The noble and richly adorned studio, allows customers and visitors alike to discover the opulence and history of this luxury automobile producer. This “Bespoke Atelier” shows how every single production leaving manufacturing in Goodwood in West Sussex, England, is unique, and personalised to fit every customer desires.

Rolls-Royce Studio is itself a piece of art; exclusively decorated by the Belgian artist and designer Charles Kaisin, hired by the BMW Haus, features exquisite silver shining sculptures.

Amongst the historical models on display, a Phantom IV, which erstwhile belonged to the Aga Khan IIISir Sultan Mohammed Shah, 48th Imam of the Nizari Ismaili Muslims, and grandfather to the philanthropist and incumbent Aga Khan IV, Prince Karim Al Husseini. The latter model hails from the 1950s and is characterised by a plethora of customised elements such as seats cover in red Connolly-leather, a hidden silver brush, and comb as well as a built-in voice recorder and a complete picnic set.

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