One of the most established contemporary Danish artists, René Holm, has completed his studio loft in Berlin, Germany. With 4-metre (13-foot) high ceilings, the living/studio is located in a former wool factory, abandoned after the fall of the Berlin Wall. Now completely renovated, the building had been home to people living “squatting” until about 2000.
René has tastefully and comfortably furnished his loft with modern and antique pieces. Among them, you can see Lamp Norm 69 by Norman, black dining chairs “Wishbone Chair” of 1949 and lounge chair “The Flag Halyard Chair” of 1950 by J. Wegner, the Spanish chair of 1958 by Børge Mogensen, Hay’s black lounge chair and bed. Also, there are such findings in the apartment as old bunker lamp of the ’50s, old Art Deco lamp of the ’40s from the Czech Republic, old industrial lamps from Berlin, old German dentist cabin of the ’40-50s using like a trash can, and ceramic from Berlin flea market.
Photographs by René Holm, Christian Kielmann, Dino Mari
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