Berlin is booming! Serviced apartments or shared living models are becoming increasingly interesting for the capital of start-ups, as in any metropolis. A building like this was built in the Berlin district of Moabit. It is a living space, feel-good house, nest, community hub … and it is made of wood!
New work requires new living concepts such as shared-living apartments. The new building creates space for a total of 50 residents in 10 modern business apartments. The compact five-floor building will be inserted as a courtyard building in a typical Berlin block. It is oriented in construction depth and cubature on the adjacent buildings, but stands out from the existing buildings due to its modern façade design with different plaster colours and structures, floor to ceiling windows and balconies each connecting two residential units. The ten residential units offer solutions for fully furnished living. It is important for the digital nomad to have fast connections, not only to data networks, but also to social networks. So in addition to privately used and fully furnished rooms, there are also high-quality, furnished common areas that invite communication and facilitate a new start in a foreign city. The private rooms are primarily designed for sleeping and working, while all other uses can take place in the common areas.
Built from pre-fabricated, solid wood elements by Weissenseer over a period of only four and a half months, the building is economically efficient and also takes sustainability into account. The wooden shell was even completed within two weeks.
On your marks, get set, live!
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