For an internationally renowned fashion designer, harryclarkinterior converted a former streetcar depot in Berlin-Charlottenburg into a studio and residential loft. Spacious office, studio and private rooms were created on three floors and in the two-story penthouse. The industrial character and patina of the existing architecture were to be preserved - and the new additions and conversions clearly recognizable as such.
At the request of his client, harry clark emphasized this urban dialectic of old and new by using a wide variety of inspirations for the design: old Berlin buildings as well as the famous Parisian "Maison de Verre" by Pierre Chareau and the international Art Deco of the 1920s and early 1930s. British "Metro" tiles, concrete studded floors and simple wooden floorboards with a coat of oxblood paint, common to Berlin Gründerzeit houses, create an authentic atmosphere. Custom-made furniture by harry clark, vintage design in industrial style and carpets made of the finest goatskin mohair were combined with armchairs by designers such as Jacques Adnet to create an interior that meets the highest standards.