The tearoom was a social and concert space in the Berlin Palace, a place for meeting, exchange and cultural enjoyment. The spirit of of this location is interpreted in a contemporary way and takes up Schinkel's design as an avant-garde expression of a new generation.
Inspired by Alexander von Humboldt's fields of research, Berlin interior designer Joscha Brose borrows materialities and elements from botany, geology, volcanology and astronomy.
The atmosphere is modern and urban - as individual as the place itself. The purist, clear design with strong contrasts between light and dark creates a generous, open feeling of space with a wide view over the city and at the same time an unmistakable atmosphere of well-being.
High-quality, natural materials and textures, pure, honest surfaces, fine mineral plaster, natural stone of volcanic origin, glass, cork, wood surrounded by numerous plant clusters make curiosity and fascination - as the central characteristics of a researcher - unobtrusively perceptible.
Curiosity and fascination - as the central characteristics of a researcher - can be felt unobtrusively.