With Beazy, finding the perfect location for your next photoshoot or movie production is as easy as it gets. For the past year, we scoured the streets of Berlin and met with talented interior designers, architects and artistic homeowners. Some of them decided to add their homes to the Beazy film location database and opened their doors to creatives seeking unique interiors for their projects. We curated this top 10 of the apartments available for rent on Beazy and hope you’ll enjoy it as much as we do!
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Spirit of Berlin
In the heart of Neukölln, this stunning apartment from interior designer Caterina tells a unique story. It offers bright natural light, aesthetic spaces and a wide variety of sets in one homemade studio. Ain’t no place that could reflect better the “Arm aber sexy” Berlin style!
As an interior designer and at the same time photographer I stage every corner of a room like in a photo. Functionality, aesthetics and narration are combined in my work to invite the visitor to view and explore. I use the great possibilities offered by a vintage piece not just to restore it, but to reconceptualize it by turning its functionality upside down, combining it with more contemporary objects or manipulating it with foreign, eye-catching material.
If you’re into eclectic designs and interiors with a strong character, we found the perfect fit for you! The warm and welcoming atmosphere Marie created in this altbau in Friedrichshain makes this apartment the perfect location for charismatic movie productions and lifestyle photoshoots. As you probably already know, authenticity is key. And it doesn’t get more authentic than this!
Dive in the cosy and sunbathed atmosphere created by interior designer Carolin. You will find raw, unplastered walls, old floorboards, warm natural colours, lots of wood, linen fabrics, self-made lamps, and many small hand-crafted items and decorations gathered by Carolin's unique vision. This homemade studio is not only beautiful and very bright, but it also comes with an authentic story behind it.
The interior is a mixture of prototypes by the resident (furniture designer), along with heirlooms and furniture from the flea market or bulky waste, which results in a cosy and charming Berlin-style mix. You will find raw, unplastered walls, old floorboards, warm natural colours, lots of wood, linen fabrics, self-made lamps, and many small improvised things that have come together in the course of a life.
Earthy tones, natural materials and a sea of light
Meet Valerie - A styling, decor and DIY enthusiast. Her passion is to build things from scratch and give new life to old and boring pieces of design turned her Loft into a soft, scandi, industrial and BoHo location. Located on the verge of Prenzlauer Berg and Weißensee, the apartment is filled with plants and is extremely bright - it offers a lot of opportunities for fashion editorials, filmmaking, and creativity in general!
Welcome home! - A 134 sq.m Scandi loft split into 3 huge rooms in an old 1905 factory building with an arched, brick ceiling, open kitchen and 4 grandiose windows. The bedroom features an antique Moroccan-style wooden door with ornament glass. The flat is full of plants, handmade macrame pieces and other decorative items, with a master bedroom featuring a colonial-style bed with a canopy.
Lost in time
Jump back in time with this authentic GDR Bungalow. Every small detail has been thought deeply about to create this unique experience. Aside from offering amazing multifunctional spaces this apartment also tells a real and meaningful story which will allow you to travel back in time.
The impression should not be given that this glorifies the GDR era. It is to be thought of an era in which many hardworking and creative people lived according to the motto: “MY HAND FOR MY PRODUCT”. They’ve therefore produced consumer goods that are still worth seeing today and often have a great quality.
Immerse yourself in a bygone era and find a lively living atmosphere- in which time has stood still. To convey this impression, everything has been designed as authentically as possible. On about 40 square meters of furnished living space, in the style of the 70s / 80s GDR era, you get an insight into how you lived in a bungalow at the time.
The GDR bungalow also has an original WARTBURG 353 vehicle.
A minimalistic apartment in the heart of Neukölln. This homemade studio put together by-product and interior stylist & art director Magdalena contrasts sharp edges with smooth curves in a beautiful Scandinavian design.
Sunny and bright altbau apartment in the middle of Neukölln. The furniture is a mix of Scandinavian design classics and personalised DIY projects. All in a tasteful monochrome mix with a pop of colour here and there. Lush, green plants make the space even more inviting and interesting for your pictures. The apartment is 75 square meters with ceilings over 4 meters tall.
Artist Loft 113
Enter the modern design era as you step into the Artist Loft 113. This beautiful 180-square meter Loft/Penthouse located in the centre of Berlin counts 2 terraces with a view over the city’s skyline, a fireplace and a large open kitchen which keeps the historical artist’s hub charm. Each corner and every room was built in a variety of interior styles, which gives the unique opportunity to create multiple and diverse atmospheres in a single location. Perfect for the big productions requiring multiple sets and moods.
Discover this hidden gem in the postmodern icon designed by John Hejduk, right before the fall of the Berliner Mauer. The 4x4m garden is located in the centre of the flat and is surrounded by the living spaces, such as the living room, the dining room, and the study. The careful spatial consideration and the position of the garden in the middle grant the apartment with loads of light, as well as a very special, airy and luxurious atmosphere, which makes it a perfect spot for photo shootings and movie productions.
The design showroom you’ve been dreaming of. This apartment is situated in the modern architecture wonder Johannis 3. In the centre of Mitte, the showroom gathers a treasured collection of unique art pieces, neon lights, and high-end furniture, and offers access to a stunning balcony which highlights perfectly the building’s unique architecture. It’s the perfect location for commercial shootings and productions, but also offers a great atmosphere for movie scenes.
Simplicity is key! Feel welcomed in this extremely bright and warm altbau located in the heart of Friedrichshain. With its visually pleasing earth tones, this apartment shared by Giulia does a great job of bringing the outside inside and offers all the natural light you need for the best shots possible.
The flat is located in the heart of Friedrichshain. Both the bedroom and the living room are oriented North with two big windows each and are connected by a double door, typical of Berlin's old flats. The entire apartment is bright with a nice and diffuse light thanks to the floor plan. It is perfect for portrait shooting, furniture brands, and product photography.
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