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29/11/2019 — The Townhouse for LifeX
This is @LifeX’s #Berlin flagship The Townhouse, which I was hired to shoot this year. The seven-floor, 17-bedroom house has an inner #courtyard and a #roof terrace with a phenomenal 360° view and lies next to Friedrichswerder #Church, very close to the place where Berlin has its roots and spread out from nearly 800 years ago.
LifeX is a community providing coliving spaces for young professionals. Starting out in Copenhagen within only two years they have been expanding to Berlin, Munich, Vienna, Paris and London.





21/11/2019 — UP! Berlin for Jasper Architects
I recently did a follow up documentation on the redevelopment process of @UP!Berlin for @jasperarchitects. The giant 1979 #concrete structure has been completely stripped and gutted. While on top concrete #work is being done to add another storey, the new façade is already taking shape from the bottom up. What almost looked like more of a #demolition earlier this year has now become a perfect example for how design works – throw out a lot first, before you add anything new.




14/11/2019 — EDGE Grand Central Berlin for EDGE

Dutch developer @EDGE is about to deliver the smartest and most innovative #office building in #Germany#EdgeGrandCentral. Tenants are to move in by the end of 2020.
Short before topping out ceremony I am happy I was chosen to create a number of documentation shots of the bare building skeleton. This is presumably the last glimpse on the raw state before the IT backbone and the building’s nervous system are going to be added.





05/11/2019 — Educational Centre for Landherr
This is a production from late summer, when it was #sunny and the trees still wore #green. @Landherr_Architekten_und_Ingenieure assigned me to document this Educational Centre in #Berlin-Hohenschönhausen.
The architects refurbished a standard GDR #school building and then adorned it with a new conference hall at the uppermost storey.
Internally they call it “the #church” – probably because its lifted ceiling of crossed #wood beames adds a fine bit of sacrality.



16/10/2019 — Templiner Park for Bewocon

The heart of #Berlin sports a new mixed use building designed by @Graft – they call it #TemplinerPark. It sits at the corner of Templiner Straße at Teutoburger Platz and fills one quarter of a Berlin block. While the ground level has spaces for commercial use the upper floors houses a variety of 2- to 5-room apartments. I had the pleasure to work for @Bewocon and document most of the apartments right before their first occupancy.


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