Exploring new shores

KunstCampus stands out from many other new buildings in Berlin. In the heart of the city and with an unobstructed view of the water, this is a property that is elegant, fascinating, upmarket and unique – featuring fixtures and fittings that meet even the most discerning requirements with a touch of lightness. In other words, KunstCampus, with its 120 apartments, is Berlin's leading residential development. Furthermore, the surrounding area will become home to modern companies, hotels with welcoming names and exclusive residential properties over the next few years. So secure your place in KunstCampus – your new home in the Berlin of tomorrow.

Facts and figures

120
apartments
2 - 4
rooms
approx. 67 - 123 sqm
apartments measuring
10.750 sqm
living space
82
underground parking spaces
2
commercial units

Our selection – your opportunity

2 Zimmer

TWO-ROOM APARTMENT
67,27 sqm
third floor, no. 18

2 Zimmer Wohnung

3 Zimmer

THREE-ROOM APARTMENT
83,81 sqm
fourth floor, no. 52

3 Zimmer Wohnung

4 Zimmer

FOUR-ROOM APARTMENT
122,79 sqm
fifth floor, no. 25

4 Zimmer Wohnung

A place with lively past and exciting future

The waterside location of this piece of land opposite the Hamburger Bahnhof, which is one of the world’s top addresses for contemporary art, already hosted a variety of exhibitions in the past and this developed into a lively art and culture scene. It was therefore obvious that the ground floor of the KunstCampus should once again be home to galleries showing artworks, installations and sculptures by modern artists. Three up-and-coming Berlin artists, Lotte Günther, Sven-Ole Frahm and Friedemann Grieshaber, have already been invited to integrate their works into this project. You can already discover and experience them for yourself via images on this website and in the virtual experience tour of their future home.

Enjoy these interesting perspectives and be inspired!

Friedemann Grieshaber
22 x 67 x 12 cm
iron
2008
Friedemann Grieshaber
Friedemann Grieshaber
30 x 64 x 26 cm
cement
2003
Friedemann Grieshaber
Friedemann Grieshaber
18 x 108 x 22 cm
cement
2007
Friedemann Grieshaber
Friedemann Grieshaber
17 x 98 x 21 cm
iron
2011
Friedemann Grieshaber
Friedemann Grieshaber
11 x 21 x 14 cm
iron
2006
Friedemann Grieshaber
Friedemann Grieshaber
13 x 63 x 13 cm
bronze
2012
Friedemann Grieshaber
Friedemann Grieshaber
20 x 22 x 4 cm
bronze
2003
Friedemann Grieshaber
Friedemann Grieshaber
200 x 150 cm
Mixed media
2009
Friedemann Grieshaber
Sven-Ole
Frahm
210 x 210 cm
acrylic on canvas
2010
Sven-Ole Frahm
Sven-Ole
Frahm
125 x 125 cm
acrylic on canvas
2013
Sven-Ole Frahm
Sven-Ole
Frahm
130 x 170 cm
Acrylic and oil on canvas
2012
Sven-Ole Frahm
Sven-Ole
Frahm
135 x 185 cm
acrylic on canvas
2012
Sven-Ole Frahm
Sven-Ole
Frahm
125 x 125 cm
acrylic on canvas
2011
Sven-Ole Frahm
Sven-Ole
Frahm
185 x 185 x 15 cm
acrylic on canvas
2013
Sven-Ole Frahm
Sven-Ole
Frahm
62 x 62 x 6 cm
acrylic on canvas
2014
Sven-Ole Frahm
Lotte
Günther
200 x 160 cm
Mixed media on cotton
2014
Lotte Günther
Lotte
Günther
600 x 360 cm
Spray paint and oil paint on wall panel
2011
Lotte Günther