Built in 1932 by Bauhaus legend Max Taut, the building was in the close vicinity of Berlin Wall and home to Wim Wenders as he was shooting “Himmel über Berlin”. Our space is on the third floor, overlooking the green of the park that used to be a canal before it was the zone around the Berlin Wall.
The close surrounding is vibrant and offers many culinary dimensions between a Michelin star chef across the plaza to the best Shawarma in town. The Canal and the beautiful Boat-Restaurant Van Loon is in only ten minutes walking distance.
The space itself offers an open, welcoming light atmosphere while being viscerally close to the city it also offers private and safe surroundings. The interior is highly flexible with fifteen classic Bauaus Eiermann tables which can be arranged in working, conferencing, workshop style or removed entirely. Seating is just as flexible for anything up to 80 people.
There are two half-closed areas, one open space and one closed room as well as two bathrooms and a small kitchen with two espresso machines, and al the necessary appliances for a focussed day of working.