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Location: Berlin, Germany
Client: Ministry of Commerce of P. R. C
Architect: Snigula Design Studio Germany, CZICC
Nature of project: Rebuilt, Rehabilitation of architectural heritage and interior Decoration
Structure Type: Masonry Structure
Design Period: 2003
Construction Period: 2004-2005
Plot area: 4073㎡
Floor space: 2780㎡
The project included the rehabilitation of architectural heritage and interior and exterior decoration of the Office Buildings, thereinto No.2 building, formerly known as Villa Kasbaum and built in 1900, is the architectural heritage and the first building of Karl Friedrich Schinkel Neoclassicism. A writer, Hans Fallada (1893-1947) with the pseudonym of Rudalf Dietzen once lived here and created his master novel “Every Man Dies Alone”. The building used to be the State Guesthouse of former East Germany and the meeting place of politicians and intellectual elite and be hence of great historical value.
Jointly designed by Snigula Design Studio Germany and CZICC, architects and designers looked up and profited from great amount of historical information of the building, like documents, drawings and photos, and tried their best to reinstate most basic features and remained the Neoclassicism essence of No.2 Building and planned to give it new architectural life in new era.
Engineers and skilled workers of CZICC gave full play to their experiences in rehabilitation and restoration of architectural heritage and worked with great care during the execution of works. Therefore, CZICC was highly appreciated by both Client and local Authority of cultural relics preservation owing to perfect recovery of the Building and the successful implementation of the project.