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Photo: Lars Tunbjork for The New York Times
The NY Times describes this picaresque water tower home:
A decade ago, the architects Arnim Koch and Michael Dahms were working on a project for the municipal utility of Essen, Germany, when they became enamored with an obsolete 1905 water tower. The pair designed eight floors into the tower’s base, which are now home to two rental apartments, a real estate agency and a communications business.
See more photos of the water tower apartment here.
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