The construction project is located in Berlin's district Pankow in the family-friendly neighbourhood Arnimkiez/Prenzlauer Berg.
In Berlin’s centre the Suhrkamp AG will set up a new publishing house with offices, shops and rented apartments.
The holiday apartment complex with 184 residential units is located at the largest inland lake within Germany, the Müritz.
A trend, to obtain adequate and inexpensive living space is to build in groups with the aim of providing affordable housing even in the city.
Renewable energy methods, like geothermal energy as well as ecological and recyclable materials were used for the construction of the freehold flats.
The Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety combines a new construction with a listed building and meets the demands of ecological construction technology as well as sustainability.
The Hotel Sol Meliá is distinguished by its location in Berlin-Mitte and its view to the Spree. Due to this location the excavation safety and foundation were challenging during construction.
Along the south-eastern border of the Gleisdreieck Parc in Berlin, a new cooperative project, containing housing, a hotel and commercial areas, is developed through the Möckernkiez.
The 60 metres high, reinforced concrete structure constructed hotel and office building closes a gap along the Straße des 17. Juni and marks the entrance to the KPM Quarter.
Extensive repair- and modernisation measures on partially listed existing constructions were supervised by DGI Bauwerk at the Kissingenviertel in Berlin-Pankow.
The more than 200 years old listed baroque building was renovated according to its historic examples and contains two commercial and three housing units.