Atemporality, comfort, and personality. These are the words that best describe today’s apartment. In Berlin, in a 19th-century building, collector Emmanuel de Bayser, co-owner of The Corner Berlin, has designed this apartment where he lives surrounded by original and exquisite pieces from the fifties, all icons.
A square floor plan, without corridors and divided into four large spaces: entrance-library, living-dining room, kitchen, and bedroom. In this apartment, there is a continuous interplay of materials, where the hardness of the wood meets the softness of the fabrics of the furniture and carpets. A quiet palette in the living room and library contrast with the playful use of primary colors in the bedroom. The collection of modernist furniture and art is the guiding thread that makes this home feel timeless.
The designer ignores trends and carefully arranges the pieces of his collection in such a way that he gives a sense of individuality to the whole space.