More goodness from The New York Times as they take a look inside the incredible home of  032c magazine editor Joerg Koch. St. Agnes, a former Catholic church built in the '60s by celebrated architect Werner Düttmann sits in middle of residential Kreuzberg, Koch making the move from popular Mitte feeling the area had taken on a "monoculture" feel. Koch's new home, which he shares with his wife and two children, restored and brought back to life, is now a centre for all kinds of cultural firms and happenings, sharing a space with architecture firm Robertneun, nonprofit art center Praxes, art-book publisher the Green Box and an exhibition space for Johann König gallery. A mix of old and new, light and dark, take a look at Henry Bourne's images and read the full store here.

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