Lullula is a studio for voice, music, and education situated in a former 120 year old pharmacy in the heart of Charlottenburg, Berlin.
Sand coloured walls serve as a neutral backdrop for the glossy black C. Bechstein grand piano, which takes centre stage in the front classroom. Along the main wall, three full-length custom-made mirrors backed with solid oak resemble an arcade, bouncing light around the space and playing with the scale of the room.
As a nod to the original floor tiles in the bathroom, a large trough style enamel basin becomes the focal point when set against the new half-height wall panelling and topped with a natural stone shelf. The soft curves of the sink are echoed in the custom-made oak mirror that adds a contemporary touch to the room.
The floor plan is open and flexible to allow for an easy transition between group classes, private lessons, workshops, and a curated calendar of events on weekends and evenings. The emphasis on natural materials and muted tones resonates throughout the project: from floor and wall coverings right down to the selected handcrafted furnishings.