With a bold use of color and the willingness to re-interpret the bones of an historical building, Pöppler has injected new found energy and innovation into a fading model of ideal living.
Taking a single swing, Pöppler unified the main rooms of this 90qm apartment originally designed by Walter Gropius. By ripping out the walls along a sunny bank of existing windows he created an expansive pass-through corridor and colorful journey from the tart lemon living-room to the Chinese red kitchen and into the emerald green office. Combining an eclectic collection of high and low-cost interior features, the kitchen fixtures, sourced from Ikea have been covered in exquisite Dedar textiles and brass hardware.
Images by Wolfgang Stahr