A house in the center of Berlin by Sohrab Zafari, opposite the old medieval city walls, has been created as a complex spatial structure and as a “labyrinth of light”.
As a “labyrinth of light, as a new, fresh wind. That greets, enriches and brings the new. Atypical but nevertheless revitalizing and integrating.” says the architect.
The six-storey front building houses a parking garage in the basement and five apartments above, two of which are organized as maisonettes.
Two townhouses, five and three floors, designed as independent vertical units additionally accessed via a courtyard on the 1st floor.
All the apartments have been designed and customized individually and differ fundamentally from each other “yet form a unity”.
Project: Housing at the old city wall of Berlin
Address: Waisenstrasse 30, Berlin Mitte, Germany
Architect: Sohrab Zafari