Discover the unique and innovative project at Mehringdamm 43, created in collaboration with Lucía Cortés Soltmann. Our goal was to design a building where people can live in a community with shared hobbies and interests, especially for two users who are passionate about architecture and skateboarding.
The building is a vertical shared apartment where private and shared spaces are connected by an adjacent semi-private staircase. The ground floor is designed as an open space that connects to the courtyard generated by the buildings. Here, the architectural office expands and is exposed to the life and movement of the site. On the next level, the kitchen is located and designed as a space for shared use – a meeting space for the residents.
The two upper floors are independent apartments that share the same layout. Above the living area, a hobby and relaxation room is planned, with a mini-ramp and integrated furniture designed for the skateboarders. As a finishing touch, we planned a roof terrace with a hot tub, a large seating area, and planters for growing your own food.
Mehringdamm 43 is a unique and inspiring project that fosters community living and shared interests. Experience modern design and functional spaces in this one-of-a-kind building.