With the intimate connection between The Residence and the Porzellan Manufaktur Nymphenburg, each corner of The Residence features treasures and discoveries. The Nymphenburg porcelain has remained relevant over the years since its birth in 1747. In 2016 the art of porcelain painting at Nymphenburg has been added to the list of Intangible Cultural Heritage by the German Commission for UNESCO.
In addition to the exquisite dinnerware and tableware collection, the Nymphenburg porcelain is also featured in each bathroom, as well as in the decorative art pieces that are showcased in all the guestrooms, each of which highlights a distinctive design scheme.
The interior design is luxuriously classic with hints of European elegance, yet more contemporary that one would expect for a property dating back to 1761. Munich-based interior design firm Mang Mauritz Design has created an elevated and tasteful living experience for The Langham Nymphenburg Residence, Munich.