Inventio is coordinating the development and marketing of this loft project at Charlottenburger Ufer 17 for H´Group Spreelofts GmbH.
In a discreet location directly on the banks of the River Spree some 50 residential units are being created, all distinguished by individual, flexible layouts.
Sales for this project are expected to officially commence in April 2013. Should you be interested in the project you can, however, already register now.
The apartment types at the Spreelofts development range from large townhouses through individual industrial lofts providing a genuine loft living feel thanks to their high ceilings, some of which are 3.30 meters high, to exceptional penthouses with roof patios and views of the Spree and Berlin’s skyline.
What makes this development special is the interplay of old and modern design elements. The existing old building will be extended by two new wings on the street side. The newly constructed components (shown in green in the illustration) in a modern design will consciously contrast with the existing building. The architectural highlights of this concept are large floor-length glass fronts and spectacular façade elements in concrete block work.
The spacious quiet inner courtyard and the high quality outdoor areas round off the profile of a unique urban residential complex.
Inventio, in partnership with architectural office Collignon Architektur, is optimizing the layouts and furnishings in addition to the project’s energy efficiency.
Spreelofts is a project of the H’Group -Spreelofts GmbH.
The Charlottenburg district in the western part of Berlin reflects the spirit of the whole city.
Chanel, Dior or Gucci – the Berlin stores of the top labels can be found next to one another on the Kurfürstendamm. You can enjoy an espresso in style in Café Kranzler or as a break in Café Einstein. The KaDeWe on Tauentzien not only casts its spell on thousands of tourists, but also tempts the residents of Charlottenburg, again and again, to go on an extensive shopping spree or to enjoy delicacies from throughout the world.
The surrounding streets also offer a varied selection of “berlinesque” shops: in Bleibtreustrasse, Savignyplatz or Stuttgarter Platz – you can experience the typical Charlottenburg chic here.
An infrastructure that leaves nothing to be desired: right next door or just around the corner – here on the Charlottenburg bank, the benefits of urban living are combined with the with the direct proximity to nature.
Another highlight is the public Palace Bridge boat dock just opposite the Spree lofts. A dense network of nurseries, schools and playgrounds is available in walking distance. Sömmeringpark or Klausener Platz, Charlottenburg Palace park or Haus der Familie – there are a lot of exciting leisure options for children and adults near the Charlottenburg Bank. There are a lot of shops for everyday requirements, corresponding to the location of the Charlottenburg Bank in the city centre. Countless supermarkets, tempting delicatessens, organic food shops and the lively weekly market in Karl-August-Platz stock a varied range of food items and other goods.
Otto-Suhr-Allee connects the area around the Charlottenburg Bank to the magnificent boulevard, Strasse des 17. Juni, which leads straight into the government quarter with its historic and modern buildings, as well as the Brandenburg Gate. All the shops for everyday requirements can be found on Otto-Suhr-Allee – bakeries, supermarkets or pharmacies; here, you are provided with everything that you need. On the opposite bank, the nearby Mierendorffplatz and Mierendorffstrasse provide variety. The popular district offers a number of cafés, restaurants and varied shopping opportunities.
“We are creating an innovative home that is full of character for a personal, individual and expressive quality of life. In so doing, we are preserving the character of the factory and not hiding its flaws and scars. Additions do not simply show off, but help to do justice to the historic element.” Oliver Collignon
Living in a factory built at the start of the 20th century calls up memories of the industrial revolution, of upheaval and prosperity. The spacious rooms of the ensemble that are full of character create a unique attitude to life and ambience.
Our architecture pays tribute to the qualities of the building. Bringing the old alive with freshness, comfort and functionality and preserving the historic character – that is the challenge for our creativity.
The additional new building is presented as the self-assured younger relative of the historic building. The rhythm of the façade and the extensive storeys are reminiscent of production floors. The result, however, is modern comfort, full of charm and elegance.
Achieving this is also always something to do with the reduction to the essentials. The great minimalist Steve Jobs once put it as follows: “We don´t get a chance to do that many things, and everyone should be really excellent. Because this is our life.”