Couched in the tradition of the finest craftsmanship, the Ambassador chaise is a study in luxe understatement with a twist. The […]
Following the extensive renovation of this altbau apartment in Berlin-Charlottenburg the journey came to create a calm and comfortable living space tailored to the taste and wish of the owners.
The creation of a comfortable heart for this family home in Berlin's Chalottenburg saw the rearranging of the existing layout; designing and installing a custom kitchen and transforming the surrounding apartment ; including a new colour language from room to room.
An elaborate showcase of luxurious fine furnishings, modern and antique design, art and decoration, curated by Gisbert Pöppler and vintage furniture dealer, Erik Hofstetter.
Celebrating the art of viewing, this apartment luxuriates in sweeping panoramic vistas that connect art filled rooms washed with bold complimentary colors.
With a bold use of color and the willingness to re-interpret the bones of an historical building, Pöppler has injected new found energy and innovation into a fading model of ideal living.
A delightful banquet of re-purposed elements blend their distinct flavors, creating surprising harmony in this eclectic kitchen that was designed to be savored.
Collaborating with his client, a furniture dealer with a deep knowledge of design, Pöppler deftly made strategic structural changes that transformed this tiny pied-à-terre into a showcase for the client’s ever-growing cabinet of curiosities.
With an inspired rethinking of conventional renovation, dimension and nuanced refinement has been introduced into otherwise ordinary rental apartments left untouched since the cold war.
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Three dimensional cross-cut surfaces accentuate the stunning results of strict discipline, creating a spatial plaid that runs through this masculine apartment.
For the HIGHLIGHTS Internatinal Art Fair in Munich, Gisbert Pöppler was invited by Architectural Digest to create the "AD Lounge" for the fairs fourth year.
Transparency and light replace solid walls - transforming the structure and purpose of this former grain silo; while fields of wheat carpet the floors, offsetting an expanse of clear blue skies on the walls above.