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The Green Box in Yellowtrace

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"Masters of the unexpected, Ester Bruzkus Architects are back with an audacious and playful apartment articulated around a single joinery box. Skilfully balancing restraint with exuberance, a varied palette of deep green, warm gold, violet and brown tones harmonise between planes of raw concrete in this considered Berlin home."

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Remi in gv-praxis

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"Light and design play a central role alongside the kitchen. Walls of glass connect the restaurant with the world "out there" - both to the busy street and to the inner courtyard with terrace."

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The Green Box in Elle Deco Russia

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"Originally, this Berlin apartment, owned by a vegan couple, was a spacious room with panoramic windows on both sides and concrete walls. Architect Ester Bruzkus, co-founder of Ester Bruzkus Architekten, decided not to create the usual sequence of rooms and instead placed a single multifunctional structure in the center of the space, delimiting the main functional areas."

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Ester Bruzkus and Peter Greenberg about office design in Architektur & Wohnen

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"An atmosphere to be happy - the office becomes a social space, say Ester Bruzkus and Peter Greenberg. The focus is on employee meeting and exchanging ideas in a trusting enviroment. "

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The Green Box in AD Russia

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"We often underestimate how much an empty space says about itself," says architect Peter Greenberg of Ester Bruzkus Architekten. - To be a good designer, you have to be able to listen: the building itself will tell you what to do. This is how Greenberg and his colleague Ester Bruzkus came up with the layout of the elongated rectangular apartment in Berlin. In its center, they placed a built-in system that resembled a long box and used it to circulate between the rooms.

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The Green Box in Interior+Design

The Green Box was published in Interior+Design, Russia. From the article:
Peter Greenberg, co-owner of the architecture studio, explains: “To be a good designer, one has to be a good listener: not only to the needs of the clients, but also to the space – the building really tells you what it wants to be. We think good design combines rational and logical planning with playful contrasts of materials and forms. The actual material details are super important: how materials meet and combine can determine whether something is beautiful or not. "

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The Green Box in designboom

The project’s design strategy is a study in contrasts: a mix of efficient planning with exuberant materials and colors and textures; all between planes of cool concrete. ‘We like boxes within boxes, rooms within rooms, the blurring of inside and out, material contrasts and surprising color combinations,’ says Partner Peter Greenberg. ‘This is the essential strategy of Mies’ Farnsworth house – a box of richly contrasting material inside another box.’

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