On the Chausseestraße, where the border between East and West Berlin once ran, today the residential ensemble The Garden lifts the boundaries between city and country. The design by Eike Becker_Architekten transfers the idea of ??the 19th century Berlin court gardens to modern times. The role models were Riehmers Hofgarten in Kreuzberg and Amalienpark in Pankow. The result is a quiet green living oasis in the middle of the pulsating city. Balconies, terraces, allotments and an extraordinary open space design counter the urban bustle with a garden idyll in which the capital feels like a never-ending Sunday in the countryside. The inner city garden idyll is surrounded by modern architecture.
The project can be visited on 29.6. at 14 and 16 o'clock.