Completed in 1913, the building that houses this Berlin loft apartment started life as a printing factory. Today, the stunning fourth floor loft, which retains some of the quainter industrial features such as exposed brickwork, and incorporates found and hand-crafted items, is a uniquely renovated urban environment for short stay visitors and film shoots.
A beautiful example of Berlin’s growing trend for factory and warehouse conversions, the apartment is an impressive 280 sqm and sleeps up to 10 people in five bedrooms. The manager, Sebastian, also happens to be a talented photographer, and his work adorns the walls. There’s a foosball table for anyone who’s always wanted to reenact the film Big, and a kitchen-cum-bar that’s perfect for leisurely brunches and late-night soirees alike.
Though the space is popular with larger groups looking for a cool Berlin bolthole, it also functions as a photography studio, filming location and commercial venue, hosting guests from the fashion, film and advertising industries, including visitors and participants of big events like Berlinale and Berlin Fashion Week.