Germany’s creative economy is among the most diverse in the world, home to web designers, artists, writers, musicians and chefs, and anchored by the capital Berlin.
The onset of the pandemic meant that the country’s innovators spent more time at home than usual, turning their apartments into live/work spaces infused with this creative spirit.
Here are some of our favourites.
Blogger Johanna Brüggemann’s home in Northern Germany
Creative Eva Kaiser’s apartment in Warnau
Designer and interior consultant Tim Labenda’s home in Berlin
Art director and photographer Anna Cor’s home in Berlin
Blogger Miriam Stimpfl’s apartment in Berlin
DJ Peggy Gou’s home in Berlin
PR director Tanja Demmerath’s apartment in Berlin
Photographer Caroline Reichel’s home in Berlin
Blogger Jenny Feldman’s home in Hamburg
Blogger Alejandra Malpica’s home near Frankfurt
PR Consultant Christoph Kümmecke’s apartment in Berlin
Blogger Theodora Melnik’s apartment in Berlin
Blogger Marie Nove’s home in Jena