Friedrichshain — Berlin, Germany
My flat is located in one of the Max Kreuziger-Haus, described as "socialist classicism" (read: a bit of a wedding cake ) style of a building that started life as a school and has been converted into flats.
The original floor plans and classrooms had been quite large — allowing for both open plan living and additional walls being "inserted" as needed.
Because of my fondness of black & white photography and travel, the interior is now a mix of socialist classicism features — Jaya Ibrahim and Ed Tuttle design, and (for good measure) the occassional USM and unavoidable IKEA piece.
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