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THE GARDEN LIVING BERLIN

On Chausseestrasse, exactly where the border between Berlin (West) and Berlin (DDR) had left nothing but a deserted and empty space in the nineties, a housing area was developed and based on a concept reflecting old Berlin examples of the late 19th century. The so-called hinterland wall (interior wall) was symbolized by embedding Corten steel strip in the paving throughout the construction area. The head-end buildings rise to 10 floors in the building line of Chausseestrasse and form a gate. An axis starting at the opening between the two towers points towards the neogothic chapel of the cathedral parish cemetery; this footpath leads to three small green inner courtyards. The fact that all terrace houses have small gardens at the back – which is where the name The Garden is derived from – is quite a rarity in such a central location.

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THE GARDEN LIVING BERLIN

On Chausseestrasse, exactly where the border between Berlin (West) and Berlin (DDR) had left nothing but a deserted and empty space in the nineties, a housing area was developed and based on a concept reflecting old Berlin examples of the late 19th century. The so-called hinterland wall (interior wall) was symbolized by embedding Corten steel strip in the paving throughout the construction area. The head-end buildings rise to 10 floors in the building line of Chausseestrasse and form a gate. An axis starting at the opening between the two towers points towards the neogothic chapel of the cathedral parish cemetery; this footpath leads to three small green inner courtyards. The fact that all terrace houses have small gardens at the back – which is where the name The Garden is derived from – is quite a rarity in such a central location.

weiterOverview of building projects

livinggarden01 livinggarden03 livinggarden05
livinggarden02 livinggarden04 livinggarden06