Rummelsburg: House boats & Start-Ups

In the “golden triangle” between Friedrichshain, Lichtenberg and Oberschöneweide, the entire area from the Stralau peninsula, across the Rummelsburg Bay and along the Spree is undergoing radical change. Where once ice blocks were stored and coal was shipped, new innovative working environments, studios and designer shops are currently being created. On our guided tour along the “Lichtenberg South Coast”, we make our way from the new office block B:Hub through the developing area along the bay and further on to the southeast. We give you insights into the history of the area and it’s current plans. In addition to new architecture such as the City Marina and the Spree Studios, we pass the grounds of the former Rummelsburg prison, the Klingenberg power plant and a former gas works housing estate, now converted to artists’ studios. The tour ends at the Funkhaus Nalepastrasse, a fascinating complex from the 1950s, housing the largest recording studio in the world.

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    B:Hub Barkow Leibinger
    Glass factory Alt Stralau Eyrich Hertweck
    Housing Glasbläserallee Zoom Architekten
    Housing An der Mole
    AFF Architekten
    Stadtpalais & Hofgärten
    Pudritz & Paul Architekten
    Hoppetosse nursery school William Alsop
    Housing Hauptstraße roedig shop
    former Rummelsburg orphanage
    Berlin Campus former Rummelsburg prison
    Studio houses und town houses Beyer Schubert
    CityMarina Petersen Architekten
    Platte Realace I Petersen Architekten
    Spreestudios Thomas Baecker I Bettina Kraus
    former river bathing house Lichtenberg
    Klingenberg power plant Walter Klingenberg & Werner Issel
    Gaswerksiedlung estate Ernst Engelmann & Emil Fangmeyer
    Funkhaus Nalepastraße Franz Ehrlich