To support a young, international family of three with their relocation to Berlin, we worked our way from the bottom up – assessing and modifying the new-build’s layout and electrical plans, before moving on to concepts and finally, full turn-key execution. ”

Studio Name: Kathy Kunz Interiors
Area: Germany
Year: 2020
Location: Berlin
Photography Credits: Lina Grübler; Styling by Kathy Kunz

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©Lina Grübler; Styling by Kathy Kunz

As the construction was already underway when the clients contacted us, we had to be equal measures creative and pragmatic.

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©Lina Grübler; Styling by Kathy Kunz

The largest modifications were made to the original kitchen layout, which was originally only a third of the current size and not ideal for a growing family.

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©Lina Grübler; Styling by Kathy Kunz

We combined existing and new furniture in an attempt to create a homey feeling. We added little details like the arabesque tiles in the kitchen and hand-embroidered cushions as a gentle nod to the couple’s ties to the Middle East.

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