Distinctive, memorable and highly visible, ACHTUNDEINS is a new urban landmark at one of the most prominent locations in western Berlin.
The uniquely elegant design by Eike Becker Architects links the established Wilhelminian quarter around Fasanenplatz with Berlin’s dynamic City West. From the spacious roof terrace, you can cast your eyes across the entire west of the German capital. Ku’damm and Bahnhof Zoo are only a few minutes’ walk away and, with two underground lines directly in front of the building, you have rapid transit connections to all corners of the city.
Distinctive, memorable and highly visible, ACHTUNDEINS is a new urban landmark at one of the most prominent locations in western Berlin. The uniquely elegant design by Eike Becker Architects links the established Wilhelminian quarter around Fasanenplatz with Berlin’s dynamic City West. From the spacious roof terrace, you can cast your eyes across the entire west of the German capital. Ku’damm and Bahnhof Zoo are only a few minutes’ walk away and, with two underground lines directly in front of the building, you have rapid transit connections to all corners of the city.
ACHTUNDEINS has a delicately structured facade characterised by expansive glass surfaces, aluminium profiles and fibre concrete elements. Playing with different depths, Eike Becker Architects stage a truly fascinating and dynamic flow of light and shade.
Inside, too, the light-flooded, elegant building boasts exceptional qualities. Innovative technologies, exclusive design elements and individual styling options create an entirely new ecosystem of offices that adds a definite fell-good factor to this perfect location.
Within touching distance of Ku'damm and the vibrant new buildings around Breitscheidtplatz, the heart of West Berlin offers the perfect balance between highly focused work and much needed relaxation. Overlooking a tranquil park, ACHTUNDEINS creates an exciting new connection to the popular Wilhelminian quarter around Fasanenplatz.
The neighborhood is the established home of numerous law firms and financial companies. No wonder – this is where the best of urban life is on offer. The quiet streets are lined with mature trees and green spaces, and restaurants, cafés, hotels, boutiques and shops provide the perfect infrastructure.
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Approx. 28 underground car parking spaces plus bicycle parking
Calculation of rental space (MFG) according to GIF
Last revised 14.10.2020
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