Sigurd is a Danish-born architect living in Kreuzberg, and lucky enough to have rooftop access (!) directly from his flat. He recently completed a piece called “The Shrine,” a box containing thirteen different compartments, each of a different shape and size, and each with keys to hide away your private possessions. Throughout the past months I’ve been documenting the creation and construction of the piece, which was all completely done in Kreuzberg.
Category: At Home
Anne is a journalist and lives in Wedding.
Yesterday I visited Adriano Sack, a journalist and author who moved to Berlin some weeks ago after years in New York, choosing Kreuzberg’s beautiful Planufer as his new home.
This is Nicky Broekhuysen in her studio, which also doubles as her bedroom.
This is David Fischer in his northern Mitte flat. David is a photographer focusing on portraiture, having moved to Berlin in the early 2000s after studying in New York and working as an assistant under Bruce Weber. He has a thing for Dogme 95, wilted flowers, and Tazio Secchiaroli, evidence of which can be seen all around his living room. The photo above him is of the band Low, and was taken by David. The rest of his portfolio is up online on his homepage.