The draft design by Brenner / Krohm Architekten is inspired by the urban environment of the quarter around Savignyplatz with its Belle Époque character. At the same time, Wieland Pestalozzi continues the time-honored domestic culture in the neighborhoods around Kurfürstendamm.
The architecture of this townhouse with 33 residential units, while living up to high-end standards, deliberately strikes a subdued note. The resulting design radiates timeless elegance inside and out. Accordingly, the townhouse at Wieland-/Pestalozzistraße blends harmoniously with the historically grown urban and architectural structure of this popular downtown quarter.
The clearly structured façade with its high-end surfaces of render and brick bestows a special character on the building. At the same time, the use of mineral insulation material gives it a sustainable character. The same aesthetics defines the interior with its varied floor plans and dwelling sizes and the view they have of their urban setting and the private courtyard garden.
IN THE HEART OF CHARLOTTENBURG & DELIGHTFULLY QUIET
Living in the heart of the City West sub-districts and yet being embedded in a quiet setting that you would hardly expect in the inner city. The corner of Wielandstrasse and Pestalozzistrasse lies in one of Charlottenburg’s most desirable residential areas. The location combines established gastronomy with the trendy food scene, and boutique stores of long standing with innovative shopping amenities.
Savignyplatz, a square traditionally frequented by the city’s intellectuals and creative media professionals, is just a short walk away. Also within walking distance lie the Berlin University of Technology and the Berlin University of the Arts as well as Kurfürstendamm, West Berlin’s prime high-street boulevard.
Public transportation is just as easy to reach, including the “Savignyplatz” rapid-transit station and the “Uhlandstrasse” underground stop. Motorists reach the A100 expressway, 7 km away, via the Kantstrasse artery.