DESIGNED FOR BERLIN
EICHHORNSTRAßE 3 combines leading-edge office space with a prime spot in Berlin’s most cosmopolitan location. Italian architect Renzo Piano has created an elegant, new landmark for Potsdamer Platz – a place to see and be seen: the sleek and minimalist EICHHORNSTRAßE 3.
This head-turning structure with its subtle Mediterranean-style terracotta façade is currently being outfitted as a premium-quality multi-tenant building. Renzo Piano has set the tone for the future, creating a new architectural icon – specially designed for Berlin.
with similar dimensions to Notre Dame Cathedral
with terrace overlooking the Landwehr Canal
Attractive glass roofs
Striking artistic light
installation by Nam June Paik
Eichhornstraße 3+5, 10785 Berlin
ATRIUM TOWER’S SUSTAINABLE APPROACH WAS OFFICIALLY RECOGNISED IN 2013
WHEN THE BUILDING RECEIVED DGNB CERTIFICATION IN GOLD,
THE HIGHEST AWARD IN ITS CLASS.
The structure meets the strictest criteria for sustainability, environmental quality, user comfort and technical and economic standards:
- Leading-edge building technology and sustainable construction materials deployed throughout
- Natural climate control thanks to sophisticated ventilation and a double-skin façade, solar protection and hydraulically controlled glass roofs
- Recycling of rain water for use in the building
- Combined heat and power plant
- Landscaped roofs
- Central waste separation facility
- Underground utilities
ATRIUM TOWER HAS BEEN GIVEN A NEW LEASE OF LIFE, AND OFFERS A BRAND-NEW OUTLOOK.
EICHHORNSTRAßE 3, designed by Renzo Piano Building Workshop, has helped shape the architecture of the German capital. From now on, it will leverage its first-class location to play an even greater role in Berlin life. The spacious atrium will be used as an attractive meeting place for visitors.
Moreover, it is the perfect venue to host VIP functions and cultural events. Separate entrances and lobbies for tenants make the building an ideal business location. Each entrance is clearly marked with its own glass roof. A viewing platform on the top floor provides a stunning panoramic vista across the city.