Dating back to 1903, this two-bedroom apartment was completely reimagined by Keren and Thomas Richter of the New York based design firm White Arrow.
Located in a landmarked building in Berlin, Germany, the home’s European setting provided inspiration for Keren and Thomas, who sourced vintage Italian and French furniture to fill the space. The completed apartment has been decorated with autumnal colors and varying textures. The apartment’s furnishings are a combination of eras and influences including distinctive 1970s pieces by the likes of Carlo Nason, Ingo Mauer, Karl Springer, and Willy Rizzo.
Designer: White Arrow
Project: Berlin Apartment