Hackesches Quartier, Berlin, Germany

Hackesches Quartier, Berlin, Germany

© Stefan Müller

Hackesches Quartier, Berlin, Germany

© Markus Löffelhardt

The development of the Hackesches Quartier in Berlin-Mitte not only provides modern office buildings and attractive retail spaces, but is an important step to restore a high quality of life and urban density to public urban spaces. The quarter consists of two blocks divided into seven individual buildings that in scale refer to the historic urban structures of Hackescher Markt. Two new spacious squares in the north and south form the entrances to the quarter. In addition to the master plan, our office was also responsible for the design of three buildings at this location: the advertising agency Scholz & Friends, the GASAG headquarters and the Adina Hotel. As a CHP (combined heat and power) model city project, the Hackesches Quartier has been recognized by the international LEED certificate of the US Green Building Council.

Advertising Agency Scholz & Friends

Advertising Agency Scholz & Friends

© Stefan Müller

Hackesches Quartier, Berlin, Germany

© Stefan Müller

Hackesches Quartier, Berlin, Germany

© Stefan Müller

former GASAG Headquarter

former GASAG Headquarter

© Stefan Müller

Hackesches Quartier, Berlin, Germany

© Stefan Müller

Hackesches Quartier, Berlin, Germany

© Stefan Müller

Hackesches Quartier, Berlin, Germany

© Stefan Müller

Competition

2007, 1st prize

Construction time / duration

2007 - 2011

Project type

Office Building

Client

IVG Development GmbH

Architects

Thomas Müller Ivan Reimann Architekten

Planning experts

Detailed design:
FEA-Consult Gesellschaft von Architekten und Ingenieuren mbH, Berlin

Structural planning:
LAP Leonhardt, Andrä und Partner Beratende Ingnieure VBI GmbH, Berlin

Fire protection:
hhp berlin Ingenieure für Brandschutz GmbH, Berlin

Façade planning:
pfb Priedermann Fassadenberatung GmbH, Berlin

Landscape design:
Topotek 1 Gesellschaft von Landschaftsarchitekten mbH, Berlin

Technical Data

Cubature / Volume: 233.000 m³

Gross Floor area: 60.000 m²

Certification

LEED Gold certification

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