Wilhelminian Apartment / BERLINRODEO

© Adrian Schulz

BERLINRODEO, a -based interior concepts office shared with us their renovation and conversion of a Wilhelminian apartment. More images and architect’s description after the break.

© Adrian Schulz

The apartment, designed by for a young art collectors family, is located in Berlin Tiergarten by the river Spree. Faced with challenge of transforming an older apartment into a contemporary space is difficult enough, but the practice also had to take into account the client’s need for plenty of space to accommodate an art collection.

The results showcase a perfect balance of respecting the wilhelminian-era structure whilst simultaneously including unexpected modern luxury features such as an oversized bathtub. Contemporary taste meets traditional architecture, it can often be a beautiful marriage.

© Adrian Schulz

Location: Berlin, Germany
Project Team: Anke Stiller, Axel Schäfer
Project Year: 2008
Photographs: Adrian Schulz

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Cite: "Wilhelminian Apartment / BERLINRODEO" 16 Nov 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed 22 May 2015. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=89510>
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    I love the furniture