In one boutique firm, Gisbert Pöppler Architecture and Interior integrates profound knowledge of architecture, interior design, and custom made furnishings. Pöppler orchestrate a holistic environmental experience – connecting rooms with an overall theme that unites and unifies – by bringing together a comprehensive understanding of space, color, light, and fittings. Exuberant flourishes are balanced by restraint from Northern Europe, resulting in harmonized hybrids of unexpected grace.

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Creating solutions that mix tradition and modernity with a passion for quality and the beautiful art of design. Their approach is tailored to each client, whether sourcing historical pieces or working with local artisans to build one-of-a-kind furnishings. Their method begins with talk and observation in order to obtain a thorough grasp of the client’s wants and goals. The results combine fully functional solutions with exquisite artistry by asking the proper questions and monitoring how the clients utilize their furnishings and spaces in their everyday lives and businesses.

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Gisbert Pöppler earned a Diplom Ingenieur in architecture from the California College of Arts and Crafts in San Francisco and the Technische Universität in Berlin in 1996. Following his training, he worked for several years in Berlin for various enterprisescompanies, producing innovative architecture following German reunification.

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Gisbert Pöppler, Charlottenburg living room with a botanical rug, two white sofas, one more round and another square, and 2 purple armchairs
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Charlottenburg coloufull living room with a magnificent botanical rug.

The Art of Viewing

Gisbert Pöppler, The Art of Viewing librabry with blue walls, a rug, a statue and 2 pinkish armchairs
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This residence, which honors the art of gazing, features sweeping panoramic vistas that connect art-filled rooms drenched in vivid complementary colours. Each room in this generously spacious flat sparkles with its own particular hue, since it is home to an avid collector of contemporary art. Grand entrances framed in glossy white molding connect the spaces, creating unexpected views and colour constellations.

Gisbert Pöppler, The Art of Viewing living room with a blue rug, a classic reclainer chair and a red sofa.
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The vibrant palette complements rather than detracts from the artwork on show, inspiring new interpretations of the works on display. Each of the newly added personalized parts works in harmony with the home’s original features. These custom features are inspired by a beveled angle theme that runs throughout the home’s original architectural detailing, from leaded glass windows to accents in the doors and woodwork.

Berlin Zimmer

Gisbert Pöppler, Berlin Zimmer office with a white rug
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Following a thorough refurbishment of an altbau flat in Berlin-Charlottenburg, Gisbert Pöppler’s team goal was to create a peaceful and comfortable living space adapted to the owners’ tastes and desires.

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Gisbert Pöppler , Berlin Zimmer rug in the bathroom with a freestand bathtub
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The light, airy feel of the house extends to the outside, with open vistas of the city’s peaceful pulse.

Gisbert Pöppler, , Berlin Zimmer living room with white sofas and armchairs and a long area rug with two center tables
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The comfortable and open feeling of each space is highlighted with bright shades and shifts in materials and texture, bringing together not only the spaces but also the combination of traditional and contemporary design as well as designs designed exclusively for the home.

Gisbert Pöppler , Berlin Zimmer hallway
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Gisbert Pöppler’s team created a home for understated luxury living by skillful handmade and addressing the project with time and careful deliberation with the owner.

Making the Boder Center

Gisbert Pöppler, Making the Boder Center living room and bedroom. with a floral area rug and a glass cneter tables
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The apartment of interior architect Gisbert Pöppler is located in an up-and-coming neighborhood near old Berlin‘s original center. Each object in Pöppler’s well curated collection has a narrative – whether of surprise provenance or acquisition – that often bears witness to Berlin‘s remarkable transformation following the end of the Cold War.

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