I am in a complete awe by this stunning and absolutely unique space in Berlin, there are so many ‘things’ to be impressed by: the high ceilings, the concrete polished floor, the frameless floor to ceiling doors and the beautiful, matching stucco finish on the walls and closets are just a few.
In the living area, the architects replaced the old small windows with four high oak windows, brightening up the whole home. The central piece of the common space is definitely the concrete island, orchestrating all the main activities of the home. The height difference between the kitchen-dining area and the living room makes for a visual separation in an otherwise open plan. The back wall of the living room is covered in edge to edge closets, of which one of the doors lead to the more private part of the apartment- the bedroom and bathroom. The bathroom is a clean concrete cube, where elements are hidden and visible surfaces rendered in microcement. The two open rooms that are connected by a glass wall towards the street can provide flexibility as commercial space or a living area extension.
via fantastic frank