Lentzeallee, Dahlem

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Previously an experimental field operated by Technische Universität Berlin, the site has a pastoral air belied by its location within the city limits, which has had developers vying for building permission for years. The project was developed by Nöfer Architekten in collaboration with Höhne Architekten and Wiegand-Hoffmann-Architekten for Groth Gruppe. Sixty-four townhouses and nine apartment buildings are grouped around a landscaped garden that defines the new development’s unique character. The overall architectural harmony is enhanced by decorative elements such as the combination of white stucco and red brick, which forges a visual link between the new buildings and the English-style brick of the 1920s university buildings across the road.

Client
Groth Gruppe

Project stages1 - 4, Project coordination
Time frame2008 – 2012
Gross Floor Area22,500 sqm
Costs33.0 million EUR
SiteLentzeallee 76-80
14195 Berlin