Britta Jürgens, a Berlin architect who had been living in London, and Matthew Griffin, a New Zealander who had emigrated to Canada, came to live in Berlin after the fall of the Wall and ended up buying a dilapidated building in East Berlin in 1999. After five years of renovation, they made the top two floors their home and decided to innovate by renting out the rest as mini-lofts (each approximately measuring 40 square meters), available by the day. Instant success drove them to build ten new lofts in a brand new building. The building features a curved zinc prow, a sweeping side wall full of windows, and impeccable concrete ceilings. Inside, contemporary furniture, fitted kitchenettes, and bright bathrooms with glass walls provide the hotel accommodation they sought in vain during their travels around the world. The Miniloft has become home to business and independent travelers who are interested in architecture and are seeking their own Berlin pad. The complex is staffed by a mulitlingual lady during office hours, while the owners take over the rest of the time, supplying everything you need for your stay.

Louis Vuitton City Guide, 2009

Louis Vuitton Berlin Guide

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