Nöfer Gesellschaft von Architekten mbH

Booth number R7.G38/10

www.noefer.de

Nöfer Architekten is one of the leading architects in Berlin, which has made a name for itself through its distinctive urban architecture and traditional urban planning approach.

About us

Nöfer Architekten is one of the leading architectural firms in Berlin, which has made a name for itself through its distinctive urban architecture and traditional urban planning approach. The office realizes mainly in Berlin, but currently also in other German cities, as well as in the Netherlands and Russia, not only large residential and office building projects, but also smaller ones with special quality requirements. The architecture is characterized by the fact that it combines beauty, durability and solidity into an aesthetic sustainability. The special interest lies in the further development of the ideas of the European city, which with its spe-cial instruments is able to take up the challenges of social, political and environmental con-cerns as a cultural form. State-of-the-art planning methods, professional project processing and obligatory manners are prerequisites for the architects to enjoy their work so much.

Address
Nöfer Gesellschaft von Architekten mbH
Binger Str. 64
14197 Berlin
Germany

Phone: +49 30 887 104 40
Internet: www.noefer.de

Contact person

Tobias Nöfer
Managing Director
Phone: +49 175 20 14 352

Products and Services

Urban planning
High-Rise-Buildings
Residential
Commercial and Retail
Hotel / Boarding House
Offices
UPSIDE Berlin

On the site once occupied by Berlin’s Schlesischer Bahnhof, a new, as yet fragmented district has begun to spring up around the recently built O2-World stadium. Two residential tower blocks to the west of the stadium are to be completed by 2016. In compliance with the urban master plan passed in 2002, the buildings will have a gross floor area of approx. 60,000 square metres including the base structures from which the towers rise.

Further reading

Palais Holler

The Holler House re­places a 1960s build­ing. Ir­re­me­di­a­ble flood dam­age in the base­ment has made the de­mo­li­tion of this sim­ple de­sign by ar­chi­tects Franz-Hein­rich Sobotka and Gus­tav Müller in­evitable. The new, five-storey of­fice build­ing in­cludes two at­tic floors, a two-storey un­der­ground car park, and a small gar­den. A beau­ti­fully ap­pointed two-storey lobby leads to the cen­tral court­yard sur­rounded by of­fice units of dif­fer­ent sizes.

Further reading

NEO - Büro am Ku´damm

Al­though Kne­se­beck­strasse in the dis­trict of Char­lot­ten­burg is both well-known and pop­u­lar, the build­ings from the 1930s to 1980s at its south­ern end ap­pear some­what dull in com­par­i­son to the splen­dours of Kur­fürs­ten­damm.

Further reading

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