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Welcome to Berlin Mitte

With the reconstruction of the Stadtschloss, Berlin regains its historic centre. Thus, the classic “Gesamtkunstwerk Berlin” (total work of art) consisting of the palace, cathedral, pleasure garden and museum island has finally been restored to what it was famous for centuries all over the world.

Here, where the cultural and political rise of Prussia on its way to Europe began, a unique city residence with only a few apartments for an exclusive clientele is being built in Berlin’s most prominent location on Schinkelplatz.

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A city residence in the best of company

The residential line facing the castle has the most prominent location. It is surrounded by the Bauakademie, the Schinkelplatz with the monument of the Prussian architect and the Spree, which separates the ensemble from the castle. Nothing less than a Prussian Arcadia lies at the feet of the happy neighbor.

The building was designed by the renowned architectural firm Schultes Frank, which is also responsible for the planning of the Federal Chancellery. In line with the prominent location, only eight city apartments and two penthouses are planned in the building.

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The vertiginous responsibility explains the fascination that an architect feels when he is commissioned to design a building between two works by Schinkel.

Participating in the reconstruction of a city like Berlin with a work in such an outstanding location is the greatest reward an architect can receive.

Rafael Moneo, architect

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The selected architects

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Rafael Moneo

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Rafael Moneo worked immediately after his studies with Jorn Utzon at the Sydney Opera House. His international fame began with the Bankinter in Madrid (1976) and continued with the Museum in Mérida (1986) and the Town Hall of Murcia (1998). In Berlin, the Grand Hyatt on Potsdamer Platz was created according to his design. His handwriting is characterized by strong structural forms such as subtle choice of materials and colors; it always creates a balance between historical context and forward-looking abstraction.

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Axel Schultes & Charlotte Frank

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Immediately after the founding of their joint office in 1992, Axel Schultes and Charlotte Frank won the international competition for the new Berlin government district on the Spreebogen. As part of this planning, Schultes Frank Architekten were also successful in the competition for the Federal Chancellery two years later (completed in 2001). Both designs are characteristic of the architects’ attitude: On the one hand a simple and clear basic urban design and on the other hand an intensively elaborated plastic design.

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Julia Tophof & Norbert Hemprich

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Influenced by teachers such as James Stirling, Josef Paul Kleihues, Klaus Theo Brenner and Hans Kollhoff, Norbert Hemprich and Julia Tophof have been successfully pursuing their attitude of unagitated urban architecture since 1992. In 2000, Hemprich Tophof Architects built the striking high-rise building along Straße des 17. Juni in Berlin for Daimler; in 2008, the “Torhaus” residential and commercial building was built in Bremen. The success in the Schinkelplatz/Niederlagstraße competition is one of the most important in her career.

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A bridge between history & modernity

At Schinkelplatz in the centre of Berlin Mitte, surrounded by the Friedrichswerder Church, the Berlin City Palace, the Cathedral, the World Heritage Museum Island and the boulevard Unter den Linden, the new “best address in Berlin” – perhaps even the entire republic – is being created at Schinkelplatz 1.

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Schinkelplatz Berlin-Mitte

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