An Architect's Colorful Berlin Apartment

The Nordroom - An Architect's Colorful Berlin Apartment

When architect Ester Bruzkus could move from her second floor Berlin apartment to the top floor in the same building, she grabbed the opportunity with both hands. She completely redesigned the loft space and the result is a brilliant colorful home. I love the contrasts in this apartment, on one hand sleek design pieces and on the other a pink vintage-inspired sofa. And also the use of materials is great, minimal design is combined with raw and textured materials. On top of that there is a wonderful bohemian roof terrace with great views over Berlin. I completely understand why she wanted to move to the top floor!

The Nordroom - An Architect's Colorful Berlin Apartment
The Nordroom - An Architect's Colorful Berlin Apartment
The Nordroom - An Architect's Colorful Berlin Apartment
The Nordroom - An Architect's Colorful Berlin Apartment
The Nordroom - An Architect's Colorful Berlin Apartment
The Nordroom - An Architect's Colorful Berlin Apartment
The Nordroom - An Architect's Colorful Berlin Apartment
The Nordroom - An Architect's Colorful Berlin Apartment
The Nordroom - An Architect's Colorful Berlin Apartment
The Nordroom - An Architect's Colorful Berlin Apartment
The Nordroom - An Architect's Colorful Berlin Apartment
The Nordroom - An Architect's Colorful Berlin Apartment
The Nordroom - An Architect's Colorful Berlin Apartment
The Nordroom - An Architect's Colorful Berlin Apartment
The Nordroom - An Architect's Colorful Berlin Apartment
The Nordroom - An Architect's Colorful Berlin Apartment

design by Ester Bruzkus & photos by Jens Bösenberg

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