Atriumhaus Händelallee by bfs design

Category: Houses Published on 07 Nov, 2012 Tags: , , , , , , ,

bfs design studio have recently re-designed a 1957 atrium house (bungalow) in the middle of the Tiergarten Park in the center of Berlin. The former one family house was built for the International Building Exhibtion in 1957 (Hansaviertel) and has not been changed until the new owner took over that building from an old lady.

“When he asked us to create a contemporary and very special and fully furnished home and garden for him and his model casting agency we were more than happy.” sayd architects. Because the entire building including the garden was protected as an historic monument, designers had to work gently and carefully supplemental.

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