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Dec 8 / Melissa

A home is where the art is

I discoverd this home on one of my favorite blogs Yellowtrace, and it almost took my breath away. This amazing space belongs to a landscape architect Guido Hager who lives in Berlin. Pictures by Helenio Barbetta. I have to agree in Yellowtrace comments on the apartment though. Yes it is a bit weird that it is no plants when it belongs to a landscape architect and yes it is not a very personal touch to this place. But what I like about this apartment is the space itself. I live in a old apartment with mouldings and original floorboards like this. But this flat is just top notch.Look at the roof structure and the floor, so beautiful. And I also dream having such a space that I can have large scale art. I have one wall with a graffiti painting done by Wane that is 3 meters wide and 1,2 m tall. (Wanna see? Well take a look here.) But I dream of being able to have more wall space. For me my collection of prints and arts over the years is what makes my home – my home. And like Yellowtrace also comments this man living here is not a art collector, but I do not think you should over think your collection of art. Buy what you like and it does not have to be a concept behind everything. Sometimes you just like what you like. Like I said. A home is where the art is. Here is some other apartments living with art.


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  1. Anna (My Design Ethos) / Dec 10 2012

    The art is incredible but I have to say I am in love with those floors as well! xx

  2. Anette Willemine / Dec 13 2012

    For en lekker leilighet! Spennende elementer i alle rom. Nydelig kunst og spennende med det helt mørke gulvet.


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