A large modern Berlin apartment is turned into two small flats. By just a few structural interventions and built-in furniture pieces, rooms are tailored to the needs of the inhabitants, always taking into account the characteristic visual axes of the house with the floor-to-ceiling windows.

The existing industrial parquet is treated with light oil, the new built-in furniture in ash veneer and the colored surfaces in the bathroom take on the subtle grey-green of the existing windows – this all matches perfectly with the rough concrete walls and ceiling of the flat.



Construction: LMach

Built-in furniture: Tischlerei Wähner



Architecture: roedig . schop architekten