The concrete penthouse in Berlin

Do you remember my post about concrete in interior design? I just found this amazing apartment on TrendLand and I had to share the pictures with you. The owners, Christian Boros and Karen Lahmans were looking for a large space to live and exhibit their large art collection, in Berlin. They decided to buy a large, five story bunker, built in 40’s.  The top floor was transformed into a penthouse. The four others were reserved for exhibition space. They decided to leave the open space of the bunker. On the walls of the penthouse they used a concrete, that created a unique, industrial look. Most of the furniture was found in antique stores. The apartment is decorated by over 100 art pieces, a part of their eccentric and personal collection.

If you like concrete interiors, look HERE for more inspirations!

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