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Lietzensee Apartment in Berlin by CAMA A

Lietzensee Apartment in Berlin by CAMA A

Project: Lietzensee Apartment
Interior Design: CAMA A
Location: Berlin, Germany
Project size: 210 m2
Completion date 2021
Photo Credits: hiepler, brunier

Conversion and modernization of an old Berlin apartment with a view of the Lietzensee in Berlin Charlottenburg. The existing apartment did not meet the needs of the new owners. A new room layout and new surface qualities were designed by us.

dining area, CAMA A

kitchen, CAMA A

A central wish of the family was to have an open living-dining area with a modern, bright kitchen. To achieve this, the previously separate kitchen had to be moved from the courtyard side into the large dining room, which is connected to the living room. The old bathroom could be moved to the previous kitchen in favor of a dressing room.

Lietzensee Apartment in Berlin by CAMA A

All old parquet floors were renewed and the rooms were designed with a color concept.

kids room, CAMA A

home office, CAMA A

Lietzensee Apartment in Berlin by CAMA A

bathroom, CAMA A

floor plan

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