Berlin Bunker

In the Boros residence – a former Second World War air raid shelter built in 1942 in central Berlin – visitors can easily lose their way in the maze-like corridors of bare concrete.

Gleimstrasse Loft

Designed by Graft Architects, this ultra modern loft Gleimstrasse is located in Berlin, Germany. The loft was transformed from a traditional 19th century structure into “unfolded cocoon for an open mind”.

Berlin Loft

Architect Thomas Wienands made great use of the existing structure and material character of this wide-open loft space, leaving as much of the wall and vaulted-ceiling brickwork exposed as possible – as well as massive steel columns, reinforced with I-beams and held in place by giant-sized rivets.

Vertical Expansion

Forget about rules. In her apartment and art studio, Karin Sander, a Berlin-based conceptual artist, decided to blend them instead. “Even a bedroom can double as a studio,”