The aim of this project was to create a liveable event space. A space that could serve as a residence studio for a single person, and also host a 70 person event.
Located in the heart of Berlin Schöneberg, the layout of the space is composed of one main, flexibel room, a separate meeting room, an open kitchen area and a bathroom. Offering space for conferences, presentations, workshops, readings, yoga or private gatherings, the main room is equipped with furniture that can be re-arranged in various different ways to create ideal scenarios for each different event.
Chairs and tables are well hidden in two room dividers, and can be pulled out as needed. Tribune structures on wheels can be moved around the room.
A wooden glass wall separates a meeting room that can be used with the event room, or rented separately.
Large windows allow plenty of daylight, but can also be shadowed by wraparound, sky blue curtain. When fully closed, the curtain divides the entrance area and the main room for privacy and focus.
The signature materials are pine plywood and raw steel, paired with a terracotta linoleum. The table bases are Eiermann inspired structured, and can quickly be disassembled to store away. Matte ceramic tiles from France in the kitchen and bathroom carry on the the warm of the wood.
Furniture pieces like a “Flaschenbuttler”, a presentation stand, the tables and tribunes were all custom made to support the need for flexible scenarios.
Design Jonas Klock, Execution Jonas Klock with Clinton Sheldon & Nils Dieckmann