upcycled decor. Rough, simple, edgy, and always eye-catching, industrial style has been making its way into more and more homes lately. This decorating style uses hard lines, worn finishes, and vintage pieces for an unfinished and raw look.
The unlikely makeover candidate is this former air-raid shelter from 1943, which looks like a scary, giant block of concrete from the exterior, punctured by just a few rows of tiny windows. Inside, though, a massive renovation project at the hands of Berlin-based firm Realarchitektur and art collector Christian Boros has transformed the space into a combination art gallery—where Boros displays his personal collection—and luxury penthouse.