The seven-floor residential and commercial building responds to the special urban design situation in Berlin-Mitte with a translucent twin façade. The undulating, glazed curtain wall sets a strong accent at the historic site.
House Wall, Berlin
The prestigious residential and commercial building at the corner of Friedrichstraße and Torstrasse responds to the urban planning situation in Berlin-Mitte with a dramatic rounded corner. The seven-storey buildingcloses off the existing block perimeters of one of the last Berlin brownfield sites and acknowledges the historic location with an elegant, translucent twin façade. The undulating glazed curtain wall creates a high degree of transparency for commercial uses and restaurants. Floor-to-ceiling light openings capture the mood of the changing times of the day. Moving images are turned inside out. Units with a floor area of 400 square metres – contiguous or flexibly partitionable – offer optimum prerequisites for commercial businesses in the urban environment. The feeling of generous space is sustained in two penthouse apartments in the attic. In the slightly recessed façade, an all-round balcony at eaves level is available to residents.