Bieling Architekten


Berlin, Germany

The basis of the design is the urban development concept Heidestrasse. Urban living and individual diversity are created in small-scale units within the given cubature. The courtyard-like open spaces complement the space with private and semi-public outdoor areas. The block edge figure in building plots 11 and 12 is individualized by breaking it down into smaller, parcel-related units. They differ in the architectural differentiation according to the intended uses. Building field 12 receives its urban development accent in the direction of the future boulevard. Openly designed, raised ground floors offer space for the desired uses of local supply and district-related businesses and enliven the street space. The inside of the block remains enclosed on all sides as a classic courtyard type. In the transition to construction site 11, the forum located there connects the two courtyard rooms and leads with smaller passages into the more public character of the courtyard there. Here, the internal path connection between the blocks expands into a real neighborhood square. Below the urban high point on the southeast corner, the more prominent functions with a public connection and correspondingly inviting facades are placed.



Construction area 12.4: Bieling Architekten

Construction area 11.2, 11.3, 11.4, 12.5, 12.1, 12.2: Max Dudler

Construction area 12.3., 11.1: Lorenzen Mayer Architekten

Execution of all construction areas: Bieling Architekten