A Three-Dimensional Portfolio Featuring FINE ROOMS Creations
Berlin | Fine Rooms 2011
The interior designers combined exclusive materials, beautiful furniture and exquisite pieces of art in their office, creating a pleasant atmosphere with the charm of an artist’s workroom, as well as the cosiness of a luxurious living room.
The workspaces of the Berlin design studio are situated in a classical old building close to the upscale boutiques on Kurfürstendamm. Double doors, high ceilings and the walls covered in soft Farrow & Ball colour shades create a generous feeling of space.
The furniture is a carefully assembled arrangement of high-value original pieces from the Fifties and Sixties and design creations by Isabella Hamann and Markus Hilzinger. Commissioned pieces of artwork by contemporary artists and original finds from international art markets form an expressive, constantly changing exhibition. “We love to surround ourselves with pieces of art and selected individual pieces. The consistent overall picture is a pleasant interior that makes us feel comfortable.”Markus Hilzinger
Large paintings contrast with contemporary photography and graphic arts. African wooden figures, high-value bronze statues and colourful vases and object made of Murano glass and Celadon have been assembled into affectionate arrangements. In addition to the numerous exclusive pieces of art, the mood boards also beckon the visitors to embark on a discovery tour of the FINE ROOMS work spaces. Luxurious material samples and objects of exhibitions for renowned luxury hotels and for the porcelain manufacture MEISSEN bear witness of the design studio’s manifold repertoire. Seating furniture and pillows are covered with fabrics from the MEISSEN HOME COLLECTION.