PLUSH74
MONOCHROME
issue #1

PLUSH74
MONO CHROME
issue #1

PLUSH74
MONO CHROME
issue #1

BERLIN / GERMANY

FEUERLE
INCENSE ROOM

The Feuerle Collection juxtaposes international contemporary artists with Imperial Chinese furniture and ancient Southeast Asian art. It first opened its doors with a sold out preview week at the end of April 2016 that attracted international critical acclaim, and in summer 2016 hosted the 9th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art as one of the main venues, which attracted over 100,000 visitors.

Located in a former Second World War telecommunications bunker that has been renovated by the British architect John Pawson, the museum encourages a conversation between different periods and cultures, offering an alternative perception of ancient art and creates a new perspective on the pieces, adopting a synesthetic approach and a highly sophisticated light design. 


The total museum space of 7.350m2 includes two main exhibition rooms on the ground floor and lower ground floor, as well as a space which can be divided from the main area, enabling The Feuerle Collection to house temporary exhibitions. On the lower ground there is also a Sound Room, a Lake Room and an Incense Room, all available for events, photo- and film shoots.

BERLIN / GERMANY

FEUERLE
INCENSE ROOM

The Feuerle Collection juxtaposes international contemporary artists with Imperial Chinese furniture and ancient Southeast Asian art. It first opened its doors with a sold out preview week at the end of April 2016 that attracted international critical acclaim, and in summer 2016 hosted the 9th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art as one of the main venues, which attracted over 100,000 visitors.

Located in a former Second World War telecommunications bunker that has been renovated by the British architect John Pawson, the museum encourages a conversation between different periods and cultures, offering an alternative perception of ancient art and creates a new perspective on the pieces, adopting a synesthetic approach and a highly sophisticated light design. 


The total museum space of 7.350m2 includes two main exhibition rooms on the ground floor and lower ground floor, as well as a space which can be divided from the main area, enabling The Feuerle Collection to house temporary exhibitions. On the lower ground there is also a Sound Room, a Lake Room and an Incense Room, all available for events, photo- and film shoots.

BERLIN / GERMANY

FEUERLE
INCENSE ROOM

The Feuerle Collection juxtaposes international contemporary artists with Imperial Chinese furniture and ancient Southeast Asian art. It first opened its doors with a sold out preview week at the end of April 2016 that attracted international critical acclaim, and in summer 2016 hosted the 9th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art as one of the main venues, which attracted over 100,000 visitors.

Located in a former Second World War telecommunications bunker that has been renovated by the British architect John Pawson, the museum encourages a conversation between different periods and cultures, offering an alternative perception of ancient art and creates a new perspective on the pieces, adopting a synesthetic approach and a highly sophisticated light design. 


The total museum space of 7.350m2 includes two main exhibition rooms on the ground floor and lower ground floor, as well as a space which can be divided from the main area, enabling The Feuerle Collection to house temporary exhibitions. On the lower ground there is also a Sound Room, a Lake Room and an Incense Room, all available for events, photo- and film shoots.

COLOGNE / GERMANY

25 HOURS
THE CIRCLE

he 25hours Hotel The Circle is situated just a few minutes’ walk from the city in a spectacular rotunda in the heart of Cologne. In collaboration with 25hours, the Berlin creative team from Studio Aisslinger, headed by interior designer Werner Aisslinger, developed a design concept on the subject of retro-futurism for the listed building in the middle of the Friesenviertel district. The spacious main hall, in which once upon a time policy holders of the Gerling Group paid their insurance contributions, now has a welcoming café and co-working spaces for stress-free working and relaxing. The 207 rooms are urban retreats with contrasting themes -playful retro style meets imaginative future utopias.

COLOGNE / GERMANY

25 HOURS
THE CIRCLE

he 25hours Hotel The Circle is situated just a few minutes’ walk from the city in a spectacular rotunda in the heart of Cologne. In collaboration with 25hours, the Berlin creative team from Studio Aisslinger, headed by interior designer Werner Aisslinger, developed a design concept on the subject of retro-futurism for the listed building in the middle of the Friesenviertel district. The spacious main hall, in which once upon a time policy holders of the Gerling Group paid their insurance contributions, now has a welcoming café and co-working spaces for stress-free working and relaxing. The 207 rooms are urban retreats with contrasting themes -playful retro style meets imaginative future utopias.

COLOGNE / GERMANY

25 HOURS
THE CIRCLE

he 25hours Hotel The Circle is situated just a few minutes’ walk from the city in a spectacular rotunda in the heart of Cologne. In collaboration with 25hours, the Berlin creative team from Studio Aisslinger, headed by interior designer Werner Aisslinger, developed a design concept on the subject of retro-futurism for the listed building in the middle of the Friesenviertel district. The spacious main hall, in which once upon a time policy holders of the Gerling Group paid their insurance contributions, now has a welcoming café and co-working spaces for stress-free working and relaxing. The 207 rooms are urban retreats with contrasting themes -playful retro style meets imaginative future utopias.

MUNICH / GERMANY

ATELIER
ROSA

The sculptor Hermann Rosa built his studios in Munich like larger-than-life sculptures out of concrete. His architectural work differs from Modernism in its manual, assembly and disassembly methods and the choice of less base materials, yet its formal language clearly refers to it.

For Rosa, sunlight was tectonic means and mass at the same time. As in his late work, two portrait heads, he sought the converted space in architecture in a stormy and purist manner at the same time.

This beautiful and unique space is available as a daylight studio as a space for photography as a house of presentation as a place for exhibitions and vernissages.

MUNICH / GERMANY

ATELIER
ROSA

The sculptor Hermann Rosa built his studios in Munich like larger-than-life sculptures out of concrete. His architectural work differs from Modernism in its manual, assembly and disassembly methods and the choice of less base materials, yet its formal language clearly refers to it.

For Rosa, sunlight was tectonic means and mass at the same time. As in his late work, two portrait heads, he sought the converted space in architecture in a stormy and purist manner at the same time.

This beautiful and unique space is available as a daylight studio as a space for photography as a house of presentation as a place for exhibitions and vernissages.

MUNICH / GERMANY

ATELIER
ROSA

The sculptor Hermann Rosa built his studios in Munich like larger-than-life sculptures out of concrete. His architectural work differs from Modernism in its manual, assembly and disassembly methods and the choice of less base materials, yet its formal language clearly refers to it.

For Rosa, sunlight was tectonic means and mass at the same time. As in his late work, two portrait heads, he sought the converted space in architecture in a stormy and purist manner at the same time.

This beautiful and unique space is available as a daylight studio as a space for photography as a house of presentation as a place for exhibitions and vernissages.

BERLIN / GERMANY

LOFT 5A

Clear lines, modern design and old industrial facade form the perfect setting for your event, photo or video production. 

Located in an old battery factory, the 130sqm industrial loft has everything you need for a successful event / production.


The loft has another floor, similar to the maisonette, as a gallery, which takes up 35m² of the area. The three large industrial windows (each 2.35 x 1.55) face north, two additional light sources are located on the loft ceiling. A skylight over the gallery and another one that extends over the entire room. The lighting situation is consistently excellent for photo and video productions. You just bring your work materials with you. You can use our tables and chairs, as well as a few other furnishings.


Are you planning a yoga class or do you need the space completely pure? No problem at all, then the chairs and tables simply stay in the closet and you can simply take advantage of the spacious, bright loft atmosphere.

BERLIN / GERMANY

LOFT 5A

Clear lines, modern design and old industrial facade form the perfect setting for your event, photo or video production. 

Located in an old battery factory, the 130sqm industrial loft has everything you need for a successful event / production.


The loft has another floor, similar to the maisonette, as a gallery, which takes up 35m² of the area. The three large industrial windows (each 2.35 x 1.55) face north, two additional light sources are located on the loft ceiling. A skylight over the gallery and another one that extends over the entire room. The lighting situation is consistently excellent for photo and video productions. You just bring your work materials with you. You can use our tables and chairs, as well as a few other furnishings.


Are you planning a yoga class or do you need the space completely pure? No problem at all, then the chairs and tables simply stay in the closet and you can simply take advantage of the spacious, bright loft atmosphere.

BERLIN / GERMANY

LOFT 5A

Clear lines, modern design and old industrial facade form the perfect setting for your event, photo or video production. 

Located in an old battery factory, the 130sqm industrial loft has everything you need for a successful event / production.


The loft has another floor, similar to the maisonette, as a gallery, which takes up 35m² of the area. The three large industrial windows (each 2.35 x 1.55) face north, two additional light sources are located on the loft ceiling. A skylight over the gallery and another one that extends over the entire room. The lighting situation is consistently excellent for photo and video productions. You just bring your work materials with you. You can use our tables and chairs, as well as a few other furnishings.


Are you planning a yoga class or do you need the space completely pure? No problem at all, then the chairs and tables simply stay in the closet and you can simply take advantage of the spacious, bright loft atmosphere.

POTSDAM / GERMANY

ANTIVILLA

Antivilla by Brandlhuber+ Emde, Burlon is situated beside the Krampnitzsee, in Potsdam 45min south-west of Berlin. The building—a renovation of the Ernst Lück lingerie factory in the former GDR—is not a mere physical upgrade of the outer shell. Instead, it questions the mandatory standards in current building regulations by proposing a new understanding of architecture and the environment and proposes a new form of a villa: the Antivilla.

Inspired by Claude Faraldo’s experimental film Themroc (1973), big holes were punched into the walls facing the lake and forest, replacing the existing windows on that facade, to gain maximum openness and exposure to the landscape. The interior space is characterised by monochromatic surfaces. A sauna stove functions as the space’s supplemental heating point, around which translucent curtains can be drawn to create different zones during especially cold months.

POTSDAM / GERMANY

ANTIVILLA

Antivilla by Brandlhuber+ Emde, Burlon is situated beside the Krampnitzsee, in Potsdam 45min south-west of Berlin. The building—a renovation of the Ernst Lück lingerie factory in the former GDR—is not a mere physical upgrade of the outer shell. Instead, it questions the mandatory standards in current building regulations by proposing a new understanding of architecture and the environment and proposes a new form of a villa: the Antivilla.

Inspired by Claude Faraldo’s experimental film Themroc (1973), big holes were punched into the walls facing the lake and forest, replacing the existing windows on that facade, to gain maximum openness and exposure to the landscape. The interior space is characterised by monochromatic surfaces. A sauna stove functions as the space’s supplemental heating point, around which translucent curtains can be drawn to create different zones during especially cold months.

POTSDAM / GERMANY

ANTIVILLA

Antivilla by Brandlhuber+ Emde, Burlon is situated beside the Krampnitzsee, in Potsdam 45min south-west of Berlin. The building—a renovation of the Ernst Lück lingerie factory in the former GDR—is not a mere physical upgrade of the outer shell. Instead, it questions the mandatory standards in current building regulations by proposing a new understanding of architecture and the environment and proposes a new form of a villa: the Antivilla.

Inspired by Claude Faraldo’s experimental film Themroc (1973), big holes were punched into the walls facing the lake and forest, replacing the existing windows on that facade, to gain maximum openness and exposure to the landscape. The interior space is characterised by monochromatic surfaces. A sauna stove functions as the space’s supplemental heating point, around which translucent curtains can be drawn to create different zones during especially cold months.

BERLIN / GERMANY

CRACKERS

Crackers offers a lifestyle experience. 

Located inside the former Cookies club venue, the entrance is through a big black iron door forcing you to pass through the kitchen and leading you into an amazing room. Once inside, Crackers is a place where guests can go for dinner, lose track of time and end up staying until the late hours. The kitchen offers a surprisingly delectable menu of vegan, vegetarian, meat and fish options to please everyone. Delicious cocktails can be sipped at the bar while listening to Berlin´s favourite DJ’s that create a fun and relaxed atmosphere – making everyone stay through the night. 

At the mezzanine level, a private room with a separate entrance accommodates the most exclusive parties.

BERLIN / GERMANY

CRACKERS

Crackers offers a lifestyle experience. 

Located inside the former Cookies club venue, the entrance is through a big black iron door forcing you to pass through the kitchen and leading you into an amazing room. Once inside, Crackers is a place where guests can go for dinner, lose track of time and end up staying until the late hours. The kitchen offers a surprisingly delectable menu of vegan, vegetarian, meat and fish options to please everyone. Delicious cocktails can be sipped at the bar while listening to Berlin´s favourite DJ’s that create a fun and relaxed atmosphere – making everyone stay through the night. 

At the mezzanine level, a private room with a separate entrance accommodates the most exclusive parties.

BERLIN / GERMANY

CRACKERS

Crackers offers a lifestyle experience. 

Located inside the former Cookies club venue, the entrance is through a big black iron door forcing you to pass through the kitchen and leading you into an amazing room. Once inside, Crackers is a place where guests can go for dinner, lose track of time and end up staying until the late hours. The kitchen offers a surprisingly delectable menu of vegan, vegetarian, meat and fish options to please everyone. Delicious cocktails can be sipped at the bar while listening to Berlin´s favourite DJ’s that create a fun and relaxed atmosphere – making everyone stay through the night. 

At the mezzanine level, a private room with a separate entrance accommodates the most exclusive parties.

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