Clear lines, precise assembly and construction and innovative technology are the hallmarks of Archigon buildings. Facade elements made of metal or exposed concrete subdivide the striking building structures, creating a distinctive, impressive architecture.
Timeless architecture in coveted city locations makes Archigon Group real-estate prized assets for investors and owner-occupiers alike. Combined with well-thought-out floor plans, efficient building services engineering and tasteful fittings and finishings, these are ideal conditions for stable returns, asset appreciation and satisfied residents.
Gaillardstraße 28, 13187 Berlin-Pankow
The sophisticated facade design – marked by the geometrically offset balconies and terraces – is reminiscent of a polished gemstone. Bronze metal panels give the front façade with its striking folds an unmistakable character. The luminous metal elements lend the entire street front a warm and elegant aura. The glass balcony balustrades are beset with light, to add accents to the building’s main body.
Bouchéstraße 39, 12435 Berlin-Treptow
Urban living in idyllic Alt-Treptow. The family-friendly, peaceful and leafy district of Alt-Treptow is home to Bouché Gardens, a residential complex that redefines modern living. The innovative complex offers condominiums with customizable floor plans, plenty of scope for design flexibility, park-like courtyards and a facade architecture that certainly makes a statement.
Pettenkoferstraße 12-15, 10247 Berlin-Friedrichshain
PolygonGarden deliberately breaks with the turn-of-the-century period buildings of its surroundings and stands as a multifaceted residential complex in Pettenkoferstraße. The indented glass facade is a key characteristic of the building – expressing an architecture with clear contours and an “edgy” style. Inside, a host of details planned to precision make each and every apartment unique.
Engeldamm 60, 10179 Berlin-Mitte
The loft building is located in the immediate vicinity of an ornately decorated historic brick edifice and the former building of the federation of trade unions, which was planned by Bruno Taut. The 40 meter south-facing facade is oriented to the former Luisenstadt Canal, which was made into an attractive park and included in the state’s list of protected monuments. Nearby Engelbecken is an idyllic spot for leisurely strolls or a relaxing coffee break.
Dresdener Straße 31/32, 10179 Berlin-Mitte
A modern new-build with transparent facades was constructed directly adjacent to the building project on Waldemarstr. 1. Its counterpart, in turn, is located on the opposite side of the street. The concrete skeleton construction with columns and beams allows for open floor plans and a number of loft-like duplex apartments in all three buildings. Floor-to-ceiling continuous windows with loggias and balconies dominate the facade and ceiling-high textile sliding elements provide privacy and protect from the sun.
Hausburgstraße 15, 10249 Berlin-Friedrichshain
The district of Friedrichshain occupies a special place in Berlin city life not only for night-owls and clubbers but also for artists and culture lovers. The quiet and leafy site on Hausburgstraße 15 borders on the former slaughter house. A loft-like residential building was constructed here in 2011 with the typical features of Archigon’s signature architecture.
Waldemarstraße 1, 10179 Berlin-Mitte
One year after Archigon completed its first project on Alfred-Döblin Platz, a twin building was constructed on the opposite side of the square in the same architectural style but with an opposing color scheme. In contrast to the white concrete residential building on Dresdener Straße 114, the new building opposite on the corner of Waldemarstraße featured an anthracite-colored facade. Both projects also boast floor-to-ceiling windows and sliding panels.
Oderstraße 32/33, 10247 Berlin-Friedrichshain
The quiet street of Oderstraße bordering on Traveplatz is located in a middle-class area of Berlin’s Friedrichshain district. A new-build was constructed here in 2009 with all the typical features of Archigon’s distinctive architecture: loft-like design, floor-to-ceiling windows, sunny balconies, flexible floor plans, high-quality fittings and finishings, interior with plenty of natural light.
Dresdener Straße 114, 10179 Berlin-Mitte
The new-build, which was completed in 2008, was the first site to be developed on Dresdener Straße and in the immediate vicinity of Alfred-Döblin Platz after the turn of the millennium. The result is a modern residential complex boasting transparent facades and generous balconies and roof terraces both towards the street and the courtyard. As solid walls were only used for the firewalls and the central staircase, the apartments could be divided individually.