Grüntuch-Ernst Architects Monbijouplatz 3, Berlin-Mitte
Monbijouplatz 3, Berlin Project Info

Monbijouplatz 3 – Location Monbijouplatz 3, 10178 Berlin Year 2001 Client J.&O. GES

For the residential and office building at Berlin’s Monbijouplatz, the principle of the suburban row house was transferred to a multi-storey apartment building in the centre of the city. In front of the apartments that extend along the building’s entire north-south axis are wide, in part two-story loggias that mark the threshold between private space and the surrounding city. In these loggias, slat elements form an additional filter for a protected outside area. From the upper levels of the maisonette apartments, small balconies protrude into the two-storey loggias. From here you can look out onto the loggia below and onto a garden in front of the building.

 

Team Florian Fels, Jakob van Ommen, Volker Raatz, Dirk Zimmermann

Technical planners Hamburg Team Gesellschaft für Projektentwicklung mbH, Hamburg (project development) – CBF-Engeneering GmbH, Berlin (structural engineering) – Ansorg Horn, Berlin (building services) – Daniel Röhr, Berlin (open space planning)

Photos Jan Bitter, Florian Bolk

 

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Grüntuch-Ernst Architects Monbijouplatz 3, Berlin-Mitte
Monbijouplatz 3, Berlin Project Info

Monbijouplatz 3 – Location Monbijouplatz 3, 10178 Berlin Year 2001 Client J.&O. GES

For the residential and office building at Berlin’s Monbijouplatz, the principle of the suburban row house was transferred to a multi-storey apartment building in the centre of the city. In front of the apartments that extend along the building’s entire north-south axis are wide, in part two-story loggias that mark the threshold between private space and the surrounding city. In these loggias, slat elements form an additional filter for a protected outside area. From the upper levels of the maisonette apartments, small balconies protrude into the two-storey loggias. From here you can look out onto the loggia below and onto a garden in front of the building.

 

Team Florian Fels, Jakob van Ommen, Volker Raatz, Dirk Zimmermann

Technical planners Hamburg Team Gesellschaft für Projektentwicklung mbH, Hamburg (project development) – CBF-Engeneering GmbH, Berlin (structural engineering) – Ansorg Horn, Berlin (building services) – Daniel Röhr, Berlin (open space planning)

Photos Jan Bitter, Florian Bolk

 

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Grüntuch-Ernst Architects Monbijouplatz 3, Berlin-Mitte
Monbijouplatz 3, Berlin Project Info

Monbijouplatz 3 – Location Monbijouplatz 3, 10178 Berlin Year 2001 Client J.&O. GES

For the residential and office building at Berlin’s Monbijouplatz, the principle of the suburban row house was transferred to a multi-storey apartment building in the centre of the city. In front of the apartments that extend along the building’s entire north-south axis are wide, in part two-story loggias that mark the threshold between private space and the surrounding city. In these loggias, slat elements form an additional filter for a protected outside area. From the upper levels of the maisonette apartments, small balconies protrude into the two-storey loggias. From here you can look out onto the loggia below and onto a garden in front of the building.

 

Team Florian Fels, Jakob van Ommen, Volker Raatz, Dirk Zimmermann

Technical planners Hamburg Team Gesellschaft für Projektentwicklung mbH, Hamburg (project development) – CBF-Engeneering GmbH, Berlin (structural engineering) – Ansorg Horn, Berlin (building services) – Daniel Röhr, Berlin (open space planning)

Photos Jan Bitter, Florian Bolk

 

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Grüntuch-Ernst Architects Monbijouplatz 3, Berlin-Mitte
Monbijouplatz 3, Berlin Project Info

Monbijouplatz 3 – Location Monbijouplatz 3, 10178 Berlin Year 2001 Client J.&O. GES

For the residential and office building at Berlin’s Monbijouplatz, the principle of the suburban row house was transferred to a multi-storey apartment building in the centre of the city. In front of the apartments that extend along the building’s entire north-south axis are wide, in part two-story loggias that mark the threshold between private space and the surrounding city. In these loggias, slat elements form an additional filter for a protected outside area. From the upper levels of the maisonette apartments, small balconies protrude into the two-storey loggias. From here you can look out onto the loggia below and onto a garden in front of the building.

 

Team Florian Fels, Jakob van Ommen, Volker Raatz, Dirk Zimmermann

Technical planners Hamburg Team Gesellschaft für Projektentwicklung mbH, Hamburg (project development) – CBF-Engeneering GmbH, Berlin (structural engineering) – Ansorg Horn, Berlin (building services) – Daniel Röhr, Berlin (open space planning)

Photos Jan Bitter, Florian Bolk

 

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Grüntuch-Ernst Architects Monbijouplatz 3, Berlin-Mitte
Monbijouplatz 3 Project Info

Monbijouplatz 3 – Location Monbijouplatz 3, 10178 Berlin Year 2001 Client J.&O. GES

For the residential and office building at Berlin’s Monbijouplatz, the principle of the suburban row house was transferred to a multi-storey apartment building in the centre of the city. In front of the apartments that extend along the building’s entire north-south axis are wide, in part two-story loggias that mark the threshold between private space and the surrounding city. In these loggias, slat elements form an additional filter for a protected outside area. From the upper levels of the maisonette apartments, small balconies protrude into the two-storey loggias. From here you can look out onto the loggia below and onto a garden in front of the building.

 

Team Florian Fels, Jakob van Ommen, Volker Raatz, Dirk Zimmermann

Technical planners Hamburg Team Gesellschaft für Projektentwicklung mbH, Hamburg (project development) – CBF-Engeneering GmbH, Berlin (structural engineering) – Ansorg Horn, Berlin (building services) – Daniel Röhr, Berlin (open space planning)

Photos Jan Bitter, Florian Bolk

 

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Grüntuch-Ernst Architects Monbijouplatz 3, Berlin-Mitte
Monbijouplatz 3, Berlin Project Info

Monbijouplatz 3 – Location Monbijouplatz 3, 10178 Berlin Year 2001 Client J.&O. GES

For the residential and office building at Berlin’s Monbijouplatz, the principle of the suburban row house was transferred to a multi-storey apartment building in the centre of the city. In front of the apartments that extend along the building’s entire north-south axis are wide, in part two-story loggias that mark the threshold between private space and the surrounding city. In these loggias, slat elements form an additional filter for a protected outside area. From the upper levels of the maisonette apartments, small balconies protrude into the two-storey loggias. From here you can look out onto the loggia below and onto a garden in front of the building.

 

Team Florian Fels, Jakob van Ommen, Volker Raatz, Dirk Zimmermann

Technical planners Hamburg Team Gesellschaft für Projektentwicklung mbH, Hamburg (project development) – CBF-Engeneering GmbH, Berlin (structural engineering) – Ansorg Horn, Berlin (building services) – Daniel Röhr, Berlin (open space planning)

Photos Jan Bitter, Florian Bolk

 

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