Bauhaus meets European industrial design of the 1920s. Interior designer Oliver Jungel relies on clean, clear lines, brightly plastered walls and black profiles in windows and doors. The high-quality natural materials used not only meet the requirements of today's buyers but also build a bridge between the styles of the past, present and future. Natural stone and wood, brass and marble - the attention to detail can be seen throughout the building and impresses with the highest level of craftsmanship and quality. The exclusive signature of RALF SCHMITZ is visible in the successful combination of function and aesthetics in this building project in every detail.
Exactly this attention to detail is also visible and enthusiastic in the maisonette ground floor apartment on its approx. The large living area with adjoining kitchen and dining area impresses with a ceiling height of 3m. This impression is reinforced by the floor-to-ceiling glass doors with their narrow, black frames. Floor-to-ceiling glazed windows also provide a view of and access to the small inner courtyard with the two terraces and ensure maximum daylight. The ceiling height and various wall surfaces offer a great display area for art. A dream for every art collector and / or gallery owner, especially in the trendy Scheunenviertel with its countless galleries. Due to the room layout and location, the apartment is also ideal as an exclusive showroom or studio.
The generous impression of the ground floor is repeated on the first floor where the private rooms are located. In addition to the master bedroom with a walk-in dressing room and a great master bathroom, there is also a “multifunctional room”. This can be used as a family room, studio or as a guest or children's room. In addition to a walk-in dressing room and the adjoining bathroom with shower, you can also enter the apartment via a separate entrance on the 1st floor.
Popular with tourists and locals alike, the Scheunenviertel is one of the most attractive residential addresses in Berlin. Between Torstrasse and Museum Island, Alexanderplatz and Hackescher Markt, among other things, the hype surrounding Berlin is justified. The pulsating life in Berlin-Mitte is determined by various small shops, galleries, cafes, restaurants and bars. This urban and metropolitan area is considered to be the cradle of the hipster. The Scheunenviertel is a melting pot of all social classes and is still very popular, especially with new Berliners, as this is the fastest place to immerse yourself in the city's lifestyle without having to do without.
Linienstraße, like almost no other street in the district, stands for this hip and sought-after living. Located in the immediate vicinity of Rosenthaler Platz, Linie72 offers urban living in the heart of the city.