Haus SaxoniaBerlin - Charlottenburg / Sächsische Straße 3/3a – 10707 Berlin
The design of HAUS SAXONIA is in keeping with that of the coveted townhouses round the Kurfürstendamm, but reinterprets the style in simple, elegant language. Here, a total of 23 flats – varying in size between 80 m² and 225 m² – are currently being built over five floors, from the ground floor up to a penthouse level, to plans made by architects Wiegand | Hoffmann.
Each flat features at least two balconies. The raised ground floor level flats include terraces with garden plots, which merge with the elaborately landscaped courtyard and garden area. The penthouse apartments on the top floor have west-facing and east-facing balconies, and a rooftop terrace enjoying breathtaking views over the city skyline.
All apartments will be flooded with natural light thanks to ceiling-to-floor windows and unobtrusive balconies. For your safety – and that of your children – attractive railings will be mounted in front of all windows and balconies. Colour-coordinated electric blinds will complement the thermal glazing, ensuring the apartments stay cool even in the hot sun. On the ground floor, electric roll down shutters will be installed on the outside of all windows.
The courtyard and communal garden will be landscaped over different levels and with a variety of plants to create a veritable inner-city oasis.
With their slender wall designs and subtle English shades by Farrow & Ball, the foyers will have a bourgeois townhouse feel about them. The dimmed lighting is inspired by the relaxing atmosphere in the luxurious foyers of international hotels. The timeless quality of the building is reflected in the details: select materials such as burnished brass for the letter boxes, lift entrances and lamps, and natural stone floors.
Carefully selected and coordinated materials give the rooms a homey feeling. High ceilings – up to 2.90 meters (3.10 meters on the ground floor) – convey a generous sense of space in the units. The entry and living/dining spaces are set off by sculpted ceilings. The modern design of the architecture is consistent with the choice of the various fittings. We would be glad to talk over the details for space-saving built-in furniture that will give you ample storage space in your own home.