It’s hard to imagine that this zen apartment in Berlin’s Kreuzberg was a Schlecker supermarket before being converted into the home and office of architectural duo Mar Plus Ask.
Sitting in a building from 1900 on Glogauer Strasse, the Berlin property has four-metre high ceilings and polished concrete floor throughout. Interiors blend Mediterranean and Scandinavian influences native to the Danish-Spanish practice in the form of soft and serene stucco walls.
They’re offset by three-metre-high oak window frames and bespoke furniture, including a dining table made from leftover timbers.
Bold geometry and clean lines come in the kitchen, where a vast concrete island anchors the space. The bathroom also hones a minimalist vibe, with a concrete tub sunk into the floor beneath a glass skylight.
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