Iconic Apartment in Berlin

This beautiful apartment is located in Berlin and it belongs to Eva-Maria Steidel. The building where the apartment is located is named Hauselmann Tower after Mr Hauselmann who designed it and it was completed in 1953. Mr Steidel managed to buy the same apartment where MR Hauselmann himself once lived. She bought the place for 3,700 euros per square meter, or about 550,000 euros (about $780,000).

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Located at the seventh floor of the building, this apartment is filled with history. It has varying ceiling height and an overall continuous design. The two main living spaces are connected, creating a very spacious room. The apartment also features what once was Mr Hauselmann’s office, currently Ms Steidel’s workspace.

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She renovated the apartment but tried to preserve the original look as much as possible, She used some pictures as reference. Since she’s an extreme minimalist, the apartment is extremely simple. The large built-in cabinets from the living room are empty and most of the furniture is transparent.

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The living room features transparent inflatable furniture and in the kitchen there are several translucent shelves and chairs, as well as simple stainless steel kitchen table. Overall, this is a unique apartment, with a lot of historic value that the new owners is obviously trying to preserve. The simplicity and the minimalism highlight that fact.{found on nytimes}