Townhouse Werderscher Markt Berlin


New, stylish life in a classic townhouse


The interior of the 7-storey townhouse, in Berlin's unique central location, was designed in 2016 by Bernd Gruber.

For the furnishing of the light-flooded rooms, high-quality pine wood in a deliberately contrasting, very dark tone was chosen, the wood structure of which is particularly accentuated by the incidence of light.

The colour design of the walls is also unobtrusively refined - with each floor the grey coat of paint becomes one tone brighter, leading, so to speak, into the light. The delicate relief of the wallpaper takes up the herringbone structure of the parquet subtly in the wall design.

In harmony with details of dark metal, timeless furniture classics and sparse colour accents, an atmosphere of reduced elegance is created across all seven floors of the building - an atmosphere that is unparalleled even in the cosmopolitan city of Berlin.


January 2016 - March 2017


Concept, execution, construction support



Breathtaking views, stylishly staged.

The residential building not far from the Federal Foreign Office has a very narrow, but all the deeper floor plan. The unusual arrangement of the rooms caused by this, made it a particularly interesting challenge for the interior designer. Large, floor-to-ceiling windows open up breathtaking views of Berlin's cathedral dome behind neo-gothic brick architecture.



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