The Innovation Campus in Berlin-Mitte
Gutenberg Höfe represents 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 space loft offices and multiple apartments.
From the former printing house to a modern Loft Campus
Gutenberg Höfe are part of the formative industrial landmarks that are located I Berlin’s vivid center.
Situated between Torstraße, Kollwitzkitz and Kastanienalle, Gutenberg Höfe is directly located at the Teutoburger Platz, which is where the creative, innovative, and digital Berlin is located.
The numerous listed buildings and courtyards –partly hidden and framed by the Pfefferberg area with its various restaurants, pubs, galleries and studios - are home to one start-up after the other.
An example: In the neighboring courtyard, the Viessmann Group's Maschinenraum, which was formerly known as Goldpunkt shoe factory, was recently opened. The innovation laboratory of German medium-sized companies is known far beyond the borders of the federal capital. A special kind of digital lab was created under the artistic direction of the Pott office.
The Gutenberghöfe have been looked after by Atelier Pott / Seckler Architects. Ingo Pott has already brought the project Opernlofts at Weinbergpark to new life for us.
The Soho House, which is still one of the wolrd’s best connected creative- and cultural hotspots, is located within walking distance of the Gutenberg Höfe.
The Museum Island and Alexanderplatz can be reached by a 5-minute bik ride and the Senefelder Platz underground station is less than 3 minutes away.
The building is a real factory building from the 19th century on its way to the 21st century.
First a printing house, then a publishing house, for years the nucleus of digital heavyweights such as Springer Sciences, BSMO and many more, the Gutenberg Höfe are converted into a completely new use concept.
THE Innovation Campus in Berlin district Mitte.
Size: > 6,000 sqm
- 2020: Careful renovation of the listed building with extension and conversion
- Spring 2021: Visionary redesign of the courtyards based on the concept of the Atelier van Geisten
- 2022 completed