Located on the Northern outskirts of Berlin on the cities limits, this unique house is nestled within a spacious garden adorned with numerous ancient trees and a facade covered with black wooden slats employing the Japanese technique Shou Sugi Ban.
Built in to the hillside with a deep view in to the forest, while remaining concealed from the street. The architectural design draws inspiration from Californian aesthetics, also reflected in the captivating blend of styles found inside the house.
The entire lower floor consists of an open plan. A large kitchen and living room with a split level construction where the fireplace lays below. The concrete ceiling is covered with wooden slats; Upstairs there are 3 bedrooms plus a second living room and guest room. There are a total of 3 bathrooms.
The floor-to-ceiling windows facing south look in to the garden and flood the interior with abundant light, creating an ambiance reminiscent of the surrounding woodland and exuding a captivating look for your next production... Forest bathing anyone?