DESIGNER IN FOCUS
Simple, modern yet elegant: The designs of American designer Paul McCobb can be considered quintessential for the Mid-Century era. Original in Berlin presents a carefully chosen collection of his work.MORE
Ray Kappe in Kleinmachnow
Please follow the adventure of the Triesch Residence by Ray Kappe in KleinmachnowREAD MORE
The Ray Kappe Furniture Line by Original in Berlin
California Modernism is synonymous with sophisticated minimal structures, featuring open plan design and indoor-outdoor living, inspired by traditional Japanese architecture. One of the movement’s most influential architects was Ray Kappe. A specialist in creating multipurpose buildings, Kappe was considered a master of constructing houses that were both modern yet warm. Level by level, his buildings take you on a journey of discovery as each space opens up. Known foremost as an excellent architect, he later also devoted himself to one-of-a-kind furniture. And this is where the Original in Berlin x Ray Kappe story begins...VIEW COLLECTION
New Showroom for our New Originals
We are pleased to announce that we will shortly be opening an additional showroom especially for our "New Originals", which is only a few meters away from our existing showroom for vintage design.view new originals
Statement with Understatement
Lars Triesch about timelessness, longevity and values of original design classics on n-tv.de.read the German article on n-tv.de
Original in Berlin X Bocci
Original in Berlin X Bocci is a unique collaboration between one of Germany’s largest Mid-Century Modern furniture stores, Original in Berlin, and the contemporary lighting manufacturer, Bocci.
The exhibition explores the synergy between space, materials, craft and architecture - blurring the lines between commodity and art. BOCCI‘s Berlin showroom, BOCCI 79, a former courthouse, serves as the exhibition’s location.
Umoja @ aptm
Celebrating the spirit of Africa in an installation by Chris Glass at aptm, featuring some pieces from our collection.MORE
Sie wurden gesehen und nicht mehr vergessen, sie sorgten für ungeahnte Überraschungen und prägen das Möbeldesign bis heute – die revolutionären Entwürfe des Mid-Century, einer Designepoche, in der IMPULSE gesetzt wurden wie in keiner anderen.MORE
Wie wohnt eigentlich Lars Triesch?
AD Deutschland fragte Lars Triesch, wie es bei ihm zu Hause aussieht.read the German article at ad-magazine.de