Rooftop Apartment in Berlin

In Berlin-Charlottenburg, situated near the river Spree, Iris Steinbeck Architekten realized a new interior for the rooftop apartment as private residence, for a businesswoman internationally active in the field of lifestyle and sustainable development. Modern design together with collectors’ pieces and design classics provide the space with an individual touch. The long, white, backlit sideboards create a light and comfortable atmosphere. Self-designed furniture and objects in different shades Read more […]
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Orco Germany

Iris Steinbeck Architekten relied on the dissolution of segmented usage areas to projected the interior for Orco Germany, a company representation in Berlin. The entrÊe is dominated by an organically shaped reception desk. This element corresponds with a media wall in the waiting area. This wall simultaneously acts as frame for the blue backlit company logo as well as two integrated plasma screens, which can be concealed behind a sliding door if required. The reception area is connected Read more […]
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Otto Bock HealthCare

Gnädinger Architects projected the Otto Bock HealthCare building located in the city of Berlin. Otto Bock HealthCare is a world leader in prosthetics and orthotics, reason why the organic-dynamic design of the six story building is based on the principles of nature. The facade bands have modeled the structure of muscle fibers that encircle the building structure in soft form. The soft appearance, combined with a unique facade media production, is an open, friendly and accessible institution, Read more […]
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The Michelberger Hotel

Werven Aisslinger has completed a budget hotel designed to feel like staying at a friends house in Berlin. The Michelberger Hotel is housed in a converted factory building featuring a brick facade, high ceilings, large windows and a courtyard that acts as the social hub of the hotel. Anja Knauer and Sibylle Oellerich collaborated to design the hotel interior using objects sourced from local flea markets, often re-purposing them for other uses, and low-cost materials such as laminated larch. Read more […]
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Traffic of Clouds at the Program Gallery

The Traffic of Clouds is a large scale site-specific installation at the Program Gallery in Berlin, developed by Hackenbroich Architekten in collaboration with Jan Christensen. The Traffic of Clouds will dissolve the boundaries between exhibition space and office, hybridizing the formerly separated gallery and office functions. Folding upon itself in waves of wood, the structure’s fluid form accommodates various activities simultaneously. Those who work in Program’s office space are invited Read more […]
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