Art Loft Townhouse, Berlin

A luxurious urban residence located within the award winning apartment complex ‘yoo berlin’, created by Philippe Starck. This city project presents the most refined ideas and materials that take the art of interior design to the next level.

300 sq meters
2 levels
4 bedrooms
100 percent custom-outfitted

Meet the designers

Our key designers responsible for the ‘Art Loft Townhouse’ interior were the talented Kätlin Ölluk, Tiina Kesküla and Katy Seppel. Kätlin recalls “This was a very special project which we enthusiastically embraced. The building’s architecture gave a particularly urban feeling to the apartment, which we further expressed with the use of geometric forms and high-gloss custom-built wall panels and wardrobes. At the same time, we aimed to create a space that would work for art lovers – they could use the vast surfaces to exhibit their favourite pieces. Some design objects are permanent installations in the apartment, including a sculptural pendulum made of polished stainless steel that meditatively traces lines in fine marble sand. It creates an interesting dialogue with the lighting solutions that we chose for the space. After all, our Berlin apartment is called ‘Art Loft’ for a reason.”

Interior design

Originally two apartments, we combined these into one 2-storey townhouse. We took advantage of the partly recessed area and arranged a lounge zone there, giving the living room an unusual two-level layout. Social areas are open plan and extend to the private garden outside.


We employed modern aesthetics with the use of top quality, light-coloured materials and shining surfaces of elegant custom-made furniture. The picture is complete with sculpturally designed objects and a unique lighting concept for which we sourced fine brands, such as ViaBizzuno, Delta Light, Tom Dixon and Niche.

Production and fit-out

We produced all of the architectural elements including the floating staircase and custom furnishings. Our specialists installed and set-up everything from flooring to the kitchen cutlery, leaving the apartment ready to move in.