Taut´s Home is a small house in vibrant Berlin that serves as a "rentable museum" of fine design and architecture of emerging 1920s modernism. It has been frequently awarded for his authentic restoration and is part of the UNESCO-listed "Hufeisensiedlung", a famous residential estate designed by architect Bruno Taut 1925-30. The house is completely furnished and equipped with typical design classics and minor authentic pieces from the Weimar Republic and the Bauhaus era. In front of the house there is a terrace and a small garden with blossoming fruit trees which also serve to hold the hammock. The house was frequently featured on TV, architecture and lifestyle mags and international media. It usually serves as a holiday house for lovers of fine architecture, provides space for up to four overnight guests, but can also be rented as a stimulating and highly authentic location for film and video-shootings. The house is run by an architect/designer couple living nearby.
P.S.: In the immediate neighborhood there are plenty of other spots to capture additional images. The UNESCO-listed monument ensemble is a brillant piece of fine colorful architecture. The historic ensemble of "Schloss Britz" is another scenic, Neo-renaissance hotspots with a well maintained park and additional houses with rural appeal.