BioTechPark Charlottenburg, Berlin

2002
BioTechPark Charlottenburg Projektentwicklung GmbH
approx. 150.000 m2
Oliver Kühn
Alexander Moritz
Myoung-Ju Lee

The Masterplan for this new BioTechPark in Berlin was designed to allow for a sustainable and cost efficient redevelopment of an existing mixed use area into an integrated, green and innovative life science business park. The concept allows for easy phasing, as needed.
The urban concept makes use of existing buildings and street pattens and completes them with new buildings and new infrastructure into a logical new form.
A new public space forms the heart of the new development. Like a windmill, the new streets fan around the central space and provide good orientation and good access to all buildings.
The development is arranged in four quarters each with ists own parking and individual landscape design.
The new buildings provide modern offices and laboratory areas as well as main frame computing centres and central amenities. The overriding intension was to establish a sustainable green, jet urban enviroment and at the same time to provide as much flexibility for future development as possible.
Only two years after establishing the masterplan the first buildings are completed.