LIVING IN TOP LOCATION

In the early 19th century, a flourishing „salon life“ prevailed in the bourgeois homes of European cities: people from different areas congregated in „literary salons“ and exchanged ideas. Berlin revelled in particular in the soirées hosted by Rahel Varnhagen, who until 1827 held them at Französische Strasse 20: Wilhelm von Humboldt, August Wilhelm Schlegel, Prinz Louis Ferdinand von Preussen, the Mendelssohn family, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, and Heinrich Heine were among Rahel Varnhagen‘s famous guests and valued their salons.

Only a couple of houses down the street is a new townhouse with spacious salon apartments, in which the salon concept with its private soirées, house concerts, and other receptions, finds a new stage: the Palais Varnhagen.

BERLIN SALON CULTURE REINTERPRETED

Salons for exclusive receptions and elegant dinner events – star architect David Chipperfield gets his inspiration for the Palais Varnhagen from the historic townhouse.

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MODERN ARCHITECTURE BASED ON THE FRENCH MODEL

At Französische Strasse 56-60, David Chipperfield is now developing a townhouse whose elegant apartments and penthouses are setting new standards for the „salon apartment“ in terms of their floor plans, interior design, and furnishings.

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THE COSMOPOLITANISM OF BERLIN SALON LIFE

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