Le Corbusier's vision is the driving force of this whimsical and bold apartment in Berlin's Unité d'Habitation. Arranged by German-American architect Philipp Mohr, the entire interior has been updated to reflect the extraordinary design approach of the iconic Le Corbusier. The building was actually constructed in 1958 and due to disagreements between the late Swiss-French architect and the local planning authorities, the interior shied away from Le Corbusier's vision.
Philipp Mohr purchased the apartment in 2016 and was dedicated to transcribing the pioneering architectural approach of his inspiration onto the Unité d'Habitation. The resulting interior is strongly 50s-style modern. Thus, this project is not only skillfully executed but also contains great depth in terms of backstory.
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