Bold developers are rewarded with a unique view of the Belvedere. The multi-party building from the Wilhelminian period had not only become outdated; the excellent location also offered a good reason for urban consolidation by converting the loft and at the same time renovating the entire building.
A total of four apartments were created. Two spacious maisonette apartments with several outdoor areas, as well as two newly designed apartments on the ground floor with garden areas to the inner courtyard. There is no sign of the extra floor from the street. However, once you are up there it is hard to imagine that before the elaborate measures, which took one-and-a-half to complete, the space was just a bare wooden attic.
1. Tiles: Baresch Ofenbau- und Fliesenverlegungs GmbH
2. Flooring: Puchegger & Jilg