New start: The former Eckwerk becomes WIEWEIL, a place of knowledge and learning for Berlin. The community-oriented project is being developed by Stiftung Abendrot, consisting of a project company of KIM (Kilian Immobiliengruppe) and WBM Wohnungsbaugesellschaft.
The WIEWEIL building offers space for an innovative mix of working and living. Here, numerous projects, associations, organizations and companies will find their central hub in Berlin, dealing with the broad field of knowledge and its transfer. In addition, about 250 residential units will be created, among others for students and trainees.
The base level for mixed uses is an essential part of the overall concept. The three "high rise buildings" are accessed via this level and form an entrance area that characterizes the overall atmosphere of the ensemble. This area will have two floors and therefore offer particularly attractive spaces for gastronomy, showrooms, workshop and sports areas. In addition, there will be a centrally located forum that can be optimally used for events.
The innovative interlocking of living and working worlds plays a decisive role in the usage concept of a growing residential and knowledge landscape. WIEWEIL offers venues for events and lectures, spaces for collaboration and diverse forms of working as well as communal living, especially in the form of cluster living for students and trainees who benefit from the immediate proximity to places of learning, research, work or training.