Berndt Gruber oversaw the entirety of this amazing loft conversion, from the property search to the interior design & architecture of the project. The original house, based in the tranquil oasis of Schottentor, was of Wilhelminian era and so, the design was sympathetic to the original characteristics of the property. The property was divided into two flats and the concept for the design of the interior was classic modernism. Solid, quality materials were utilised, which will gain character with time and use.
In the loft living area, the walls themselves come to the fore as a design element and define the evolution from the wall surface to the wall body. Large window apertures between the kitchen and the living room create a volume, whose architectural impact is interspersed by individual items of Viennese art scene furniture from the Art Nouveau period.