GOTLAND WINS OVER PRENZLAUER BERG.

A number of press representatives from the area came away impressed from the project presentation. There have been no critical voices as of yet. A new building project that isn’t bothering anyone? Correct, because no one is going to miss the car park of the former garage and other empty buildings in their current form. Instead, the Nordic Quarter is getting part of its urban fabric knit back together by the ensemble.

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Nordisch inspiriert, menschlich motiviert.

“The further north you go, the more important a building becomes for a person’s well-being,” said architect Rolf Gnädinger (2nd photo, middle) on 12 November in front of press representatives, neighbours and guests during the opening of the showroom for the new Gotland building project by Hubertus Hiller (2nd photo, left) and Harald Wengust (2nd photo, recht) in Prenzlauer Berg. Corresponding to its location in the Nordic Quarter, Gnädiger let himself be inspired by Scandinavian architecture’s clear forms, simplicity, transparency, friendly colours, relationship to nature, very good insulation and efficiency, and organic forms. By the end of 2017/early 2018 they will be building a total of 136 condominiums. In the showroom you can already sense that they are creating something very special for quality of life here.

Opening hours:
Monday–Friday 10 a.m.–2 p.m. and 4–6 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday 1–4 p.m.

UNUSUAL, BUT NOT OUT OF THIS WORLD.

As is the case for construction of this project, only the most modern technology was used to take the aerial photos for the sales brochures: a drone flew over the premises and took photos of the surroundings – again an unusual method.