I have finally realized that no matter the circumstance, within a few months of living anywhere, I am soon itching with cabin fever and anxiously mapping out each and every step of my fantasy travels across the world. Upon my latest mental adventure, the Michelberger Hotel in Berlin, Germany popped up on my radar and has since given me a whole new perspective on the importance of somehow obtaining the German version of Rosetta Stone and purchasing a plane ticket abroad by tomorrow.
The main concept for the Michelberger was to create a comfortable and stylistically eclectic space while remaining in the category of “budget hotel”. Set in an old factory building, each one of the rooms carries an individually designed loft-style atmosphere with high ceilings and expansive windows. My favorite part: the mix-matching of modern objects with hand-built wooden furniture and flea-market findings.