European design firm Loft Szczecin recently put together a striking contrasting apartment just outside of Berlin in Germany that embodies the rich mid-century architectural details of the space coupled with modern furniture. The dichotomy between the two time periods are meshed seamlessly in the space showcasing how older architecture can be preserved and complemented with modern design elements.
The home features a white brick interior and ceiling design coupled with wide open spaces, archways and a grandiose layout. The apartment is then filled with modern furniture featuring pops of color in the Barcelona lounge chairs, leather couches and patterned furniture. The overall contrast of the two eras gives the home a Mediterranean aesthetic that is eclectic, classic but also has a distinct contemporary interior atmosphere.