|Location||Schwedter Straße 263|
|Project volume||> 20 million euros|
|Size||around 6.000 m2|
|Type||commercial and residential|
Gutenberg Höfe is a typical Berlin factory and commercial loft, built in 1898. Where the traditional "Gutenberg" printing house with the associated publishing house once had its headquarters, there are now open sapce loft offices and several apartments.
The main tenants of the office space are several internet companies and subsidiaries of Pro 7.
The high-quality façade, reconstructed on the basis of monument conservation criteria, provides an entrée to the factory area which, with a red brick façade and wrought iron doors, brings Berlin's industrial history to life.
The Art Nouveau façade of the residential complex on Zionskirchstrasse, with a view to Alexanderplatz and Museum Island, opens up onto Teutoburger Platz.