The owners wanted some “discrete” design help: they liked their three-bedroom apartment in a pre-war building in Berlin with its historical stucco, wooden doors and original. Minor touch-ups were sufficient to maintain the rooms in good condition, but that was not the case for the bathrooms — and this is where we came in.
Location of gas boiler was a challenge for us: we couldn’t do anything to the heater itself, but wanted to cover it up without breaking any rules. We designed a cabinet with ventilated veneer doors which conceal not only the heater, but also the washer, dryer, laundry baskets and storage for cosmetics and cleaning products.
Only the antique chair remained in sight. The curtains were the final touch in making the bathroom feel like living quarters and emphasising the beauty of the high arched window.
Light: Maisons du Monde Built-in wardrobe, cabinet under the sink, mirrored cabinet: Kachanows (to order according to our drawings)
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