Coordination merges Berlin attic apartments to create artsy penthouse

Design studio Coordination has combined two attic apartments into a single penthouse in Berlin, crafting its interiors around the owner’s art collection.

The formerly separate attic apartments were added to the 19th-century residential building in the 1990s. By bringing them together, Coordination created a spacious penthouse of 131 square metres, with a floorplan that is split into a private and a public zone.

Coordination has designed a penthouse in Berlin

The latter houses the kitchen, which is finished with dark wooden cabinetry to complement a moody 17th-century portrait displayed in the adjacent dining area.

Here, there’s a large oval table supported by two concave legs, while amorphous pink, orange and

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