The new complex of buildings at Teutoburger Platz is located in Berlin’s popular Prenzlauer Berg district and completes the corner of an urban block. The complex comprises two buildings on each street, two in the courtyard and a prominent corner building.
The ground floor contains only commercial functions with a supermarket occupying the corner site, serving the local neighbourhood. The upper storeys from the first to sixth floor comprise a mix of small to medium-sized apartments with between two and five rooms.
Carefully designed floor plans ensure that all apartments are bright and spacious and can be used flexibly. Some of the larger 80-90m² apartments feature an intelligent, flexible utility block with bathroom in the centre of the floor plan.
The larger apartments and penthouses on the upper floors have fantastic views over the greenery in the Teutoburger Platz. Overall, the complex comprises 107 dwellings, two commercial units along with underground parking.
The facades of the five street-facing building are articulated with a mix of projecting surfaces and indented loggias. The buildings, while demonstratively modern, blend into the overall pattern of the neighbourhood. The courtyard in the block interior is planted with trees, creating a green space within. The range of different apartment types and sizes ensures a mix of different residents.