Best location – Living next to the metropolitan park
Enjoy the Central Park feeling of Berlin with the Tiergarten's vast green space right in front of your doorstep.
The first and finest addresses of any metropolitan city have one thing in common: Plenty of green in the neighborhood. Who doesn't want to connect their desire for peace and nature with the excellent benefits of a big city? Whether it's the Hyde Park in London, the Bois de Boulogne in Paris or the Tokyo Imperial Palace – living near a park in a metropolis has never been more attractive.
Mesmerizing gardens invite you to stroll along the Tiergarten park which connects the former East and West of the city.
After being built as hunting grounds in 1527, Peter Joseph Lenné transformed the Tiergarten into an English landscape garden in the early 19th century.
The Tiergarten – rooted in history
With a size of 210 hectares, bridges, lakes, Bellevue Palace, the Victory Column, and the House of World Cultures, Berlin's second largest green space is undoubtedly unique.
Berlin's golden victory
The Berlin Victory Column, the Siegessäule, is one of the most famous landmarks of the city. The 8.32 m tall goddess of victory, Victoria, is also nicknamed "Goldelse" by Berliners. From the Embassy of Exchange, the gold-plated bronze statue can be seen glittering in the distance.
Life’s qualities in the Embassy of Exchange
Spacious and transparent: The generous glazing and wide view over the Tiergarten highlight the elegance of the Embassy’s apartments.
The perfect dinner setting: Allow your guests to enjoy mesmerizing views over Berlin from the rooftop terrace and turn every dinner invitation into a unique experience.
Aesthetically furnished studies create a pleasant working environment for you to start your home office days calmly and peacefully.
High ceilings, natural stone on walls and floors, valuable brass surfaces, and curated artwork create an exclusive flair in the entry hallway.
Atmospheric colors – interior colors influenced by Berlin's high culture
Three museums of Berlin inspired the interior designers to create different color spheres for the suites.
Conveying warmth and lightness, the apartments’ designs derive from the bright, elegant stone facade of the Humboldt Forum.
The suites’ contrasting taupe and rusty color shading remind us of the dark, striking hues of Berlin's Pergamon Museum – home to the Collection of Classical Antiquities, the Museum of the Ancient Near East and the Museum of Islamic Art.
Cooler shades of green and blue dominate the suites, inspired by Berlin's Museum Berggruen. Located in Charlottenburg, this museum features impressive artwork by Pablo Picasso, Paul Kleen, Henri Matisse, and Alberto Giacometti.
High-quality, sustainable and timeless furniture by Walter Knoll or Meridiani, and beds by Schramm give the exclusive apartments their feeling of home. Exceptional fixtures made of wood, metal, stone and glass are handcrafted by small manufacturers and carpenters – who guarantee the finest quality.
A terrace overlooking Berlin
Beautifully blooming wisteria adorn the loggias and balconies of the suites. The classy furnishing with its indoor character extends the living space out under the open sky.
Relax and enjoy: The bathrooms' timeless aesthetics and materials of highest quality emphasize the unforgettable feeling of enjoying wellness every day.
One of the most important museum complexes in Europe is within walking distance of the Embassy. Here, the Alte Nationalgalerie, the Bode- and the Pergamonmuseum make for a wonderful sight at the river Spree.
Culture on your doorstep
Art and culture can be found within walking distance of the Embassy. Enjoy iconic architecture and unique installations!
The iconic building by Mies van der Rohe, which has been renovated by star architect David Chipperfield for six years, is planned to showcase its 20th century art again starting August 2021.
Life on the river
Whether it’s gastronomy, parties or just relaxing in the lido – as soon as temperatures rise, Berlin life moves to the water.
The Hackesche Markt and its historically preserved Hackesche Höfe are not only a magnet for architecture and history enthusiasts, but also form a dynamic hub for culinary adventures and nightlife.
The scenic neighborhood on the Spree River is the oldest settlement of the capital. It was almost completely destroyed in World War 2 and later rebuilt closely true to the original. Enjoy a fragrant journey through the old Berlin with pork knuckles and music of master Zille!
Unter den Linden
This magnificent boulevard is worth a stroll any time of the year. However, it is especially beautiful when it turns into a sea of lights at Christmas time.