This apartment features a unique colour combination by Farrow & Ball, bringing the rooms to their full advantage. In their design, the rooms feature mint, salmon red, mustard yellow, and sand to name a few, standing in contrast to the stuccoed ceilings.
Restoring historical buildings requires immaculate planning and attention to detail. As a result, this lordly apartment is youthful and modern, whilst paying homage to the history of the area, building, and past inhabitants. The end result is an apartment unique in its original features.
Since the fall of its infamous Wall, Berlin has set to work in becoming one of the fastest growing creative and cultural centres in Europe. It’s a hedonistic hotspot suitable for families, luxury solo travellers, young creatives, and everyone in between.
Like the city, this beautiful (and large) apartment from 1895 has history in abundance. It symbolises majestic living for the upper classes from centuries past, and it does so in an unpretentious way. Throughout, ceilings are stuccoed in multiple variations, solid wood doors close the areas, and brass fittings pay homage to its grandeur.
Brought to the market by Fantastic Frank, this 11 roomed grand apartment has spatial continuum akin to a castle, and would make for the perfect space in a fascinating hub of cultural activity.
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