Sunday mornings are usually the time I will feel the need to share with you some type of architectural fantasy or a little bit on humanity, a break from the hum drum sound of fashion and other such vanities that engulf our mind the other 6 days of the week. This we can blame on my euphoric mood powered by vintage jazz an espresso and the New York Times... ah, theres just something in a Sunday morning...
Juerg Judin, an art dealer and collector, spent three years renovating this former midcentury gas station in the Schöneberg district in Berlin. Judin bought the unoccupied station for about 500 Euro and over the next three years, he restored the existing building, erected a new wing and created an idyllic outdoor garden... AMAZING.
Dream big, dream out of the box.