Stay: Berlin Artist Apartment

Berlin, Germany
12.13.2010 | by: Meghan

Located in Berlin’s hip Friedrichshain—in the heart of the Simon Dach Strasse—artist Tina Gonsalves and chef Matthew Wild’s art-filled apartment doubles as a holiday rental when they’re in Port Douglas, Australia, where they split time. Four years ago, they moved in with a single suitcase and have spent the last four years renovating and outfitting their light-streamed prewar with eclectic-vintage furniture from the flea market across the street, curvy lamps, heavy velvet curtains, art from friends (as well as Tina’s own work), mix-and-match patterns and a gutsy color palette.

The Details
Sleeps four. The neighborhood is known as the last resort for Berlin’s alt sub-culture, and the street is lined with cafes, bars and restaurants, including a bakery, café and ice cream shop on the first floor of the building. $120 a night. Rent it at


2 Comments on “Stay: Berlin Artist Apartment”

  1. Great findings. I love the artist apartment, but also the landhouse. It reminds of my old home at the “Wendland”. A really wonderful landscape but in a way to “small-minded”. Since 15 years I live in Berlin and still love it. Maybe you would like to look at me. I would be happy.

    Best regards,


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