Wilmersdorfer Straße 59 by Max Dudler

Geometric brick facade

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Max Dudler为其在2017年完工的建筑作品Wilmersdorfer大街60/61号设计了永恒的搭档:柏林Wilmersdorfer大街59号住宅及商业立面设计。该建筑具有雕塑般的立面和高品质材料,与相邻的Schirmständerhaus大楼既形成反差又和谐相融。其中,Schirmständerhaus由Hans Simon于1957年设计,是一栋历史保护建筑。Wilmersdorfer大街是柏林历史最悠久的步行街区,大量游客在这里购物和散步。这条街涵盖了不同风格、不同时期的建筑,体现了首都柏林深厚的历史。

Max Dudler has designed a timeless partner piece to his previous building, Wilmersdorfer Strasse 60/61, which was completed in 2017: The façade design of the residential and commercial building on Wilmersdorfer Strasse 59, Berlin. With its sculptural façade and high-quality materials, the building is a contrasting yet harmonious addition to the neighbouring Schirmständerhaus, a listed building by Hans Simon dating back to 1957. Wilmersdorfer Strasse is the oldest pedestrian zone in Berlin, inviting visitors to shop and stroll. The street encompasses a varied collection of styles and periods, reflecting the eventful history of the capital city.

▼项目概览,general view ©Stefan Müller


The abstract design of the newly finished façade on Wilmersdorfer Strasse 59 is characterised by a concise geometrical structure. The self-confident presence of the building is underlined by the material quality of the bricks, whitewashed with a grey plaster, into which the windows are deeply inset. The restrained architecture provides a stage to the hustle and bustle of the city while its reduced design brings an element of tranquillity to the heterogeneous surroundings and contributes to a city of varied architectural styles and periods. The city appears as an ensemble of individual buildings, each with its own character, merging to form a diverse streetscape.

▼建筑与环境,the building and the surroundings ©Stefan Müller

▼立面,facade ©Stefan Müller

▼窗户深深嵌入砖材表面 ©Stefan Müller
the windows are deeply embedded in the brick surface


New tenants already moved into the first floor at the end of 2020: TUMO is dedicated to providing free out-of-school education in the fields of digital technology and design to young adults. With the aim of honing young people’s digital skills in the long term, the Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau (KfW), with the support of the German government, has brought the concept, which originated in Armenia, to Germany for the first time.

▼室内空间,interior of the building ©Stefan Müller

Building: Fassade Wilmersdorfer Straße 59
Location: Wilmersdorfer Straße 59, D- 10627 Berlin
Client: Maruhn Real Estate Investment GmbH
User: Tumo – Center for Creative Technologies
vertr. durch Accenture GmbH
Dimensions: BGF: 3.241 m²
Completion: 2021
Facade: Max Dudler GmbH
Oranienplatz 4, D-10999 Berlin
Building: Wolfgang Rautenbach
Erdmannstrße 11, D-10827 Berlin
Project managers: Alexander Bonte
Team: Mingi Hong
Construction management: Scharlach Architekten, Berlin
Structural engineering: Ingenieurbüro Rüdiger Jockwer GmbH, Berlin
Housing technology: Janowski Ingenieure GmbH, Berlin
Acoustics and building physics: IBAS Berlin GmbH, Berlin
Fire safety concept: BRANDschutz.im.KONTEXT, Berlin
Photographer: Stefan Müller, Berlin

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