LOFT IN BERLIN
A loft in Berlin convinces with a sophisticated architectural concept for which Brazil served as the common theme: A combination of closed and open spaces as well as plenty of glass and concrete combined with natural materials are reminiscent of 1960s-1970s São Paolo architecture. In Berlin-Mitte, they form both a cool and cosy home. For the design of the loft, the two architects Michael Schultz and Stefan Flachsbarth purposefully banked on clear forms that are reflected in a manageable selection of predominantly large dimensioned pieces of furniture. The unmistakable concept of the architects also integrates six Thonet cantilever chairs S 34, which are gathered around a large natural stone table.