Located on the Darss peninsular, overlooking the southern coast of the Baltic Sea, is a log cabin, nestled among the jungle-like overgrowth of surrounding birch and willow trees. The cabin is Christian Löffler’s atelier, where he locks himself up to work on both his visual art and his music. In the centre of the room is a huge oak table, splotched with multicoloured oil paints, surrounded by canvases, cameras, tripods, tools, brushes. There’s a great view of the sea, and the wide patio windows allow the light to flood inside, casting shadows of the leaves and branches across the walls and onto the table. There’s a small fireplace which allows him to work during the winter, so that he can continue his introspective creative process during the cold months too.