The listed ensemble of the Gebauer Höfe complex is a favourite business location in the center of Berlin with its direct location on the River Spree. Here is the site for the development of the Orange Cube, which, with its façade of glass and brick, harmoniously blends in with its historic surroundings. As a result, an extraordinary juxtaposition of original, improvised and finished premises is created.
Through large windows, a lot of light falls into the interior and open floor plans provide a lot of room for ideas and give future tenants the greatest possible freedom in use and arrangement. The industrial character of the building is architecturally preserved and supplemented with contemporary building technology. A large landscaped terrace in front of the entrance offers additional accommodation and meeting places and offers a unique view of industrial architecture from the second half of the 19th century.
The relaxed atmosphere of an industrial loft coupled with modern facilities. The Orange Cube offers an exceptional, attractive and comfortable place to work.
It also stands for an intelligent handling of old-fashioned portfolio properties. From a building that did not quite fit into the urban environment, emerges an urban sculpture that enriches the surrounding area with its distinctive feature.