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Highrise Seoul

The spirit of craftmansship

‘The residence is an example of pure minimalism in everyday life. The atmosphere is deliberately contemplative. All surfaces and the natural light enter into a calm dialogue.’

Dietmar Leyk, principal and cofounder

After careful research into the history of the house in Berlin-Charlottenburg, the old interior was completely removed, and three new sight lines were created parallel to the street front. This concept supports the client’s desire for tangible spatial transparency. Deep vistas enable a generous living experience. Threshold-free passages in different directions of the apartment, e.g., from the bedroom via the bathroom into the kitchen, allow for free movement.

The apartment is equipped with floor-to-ceiling revolving and sliding doors that act as ‘moving walls’ and allow for versatile and continuous circulation. The former servant’s staircase has been transformed into a generous shower experience with only a few incised openings. High gloss finishes for the flush cabinets and kitchen furniture are contrasted with matt lacquered doors. A matt white oiled oak floor connects all areas.

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