Berlin’s central train station, built by the architects at GMP Gerkan Marg and Partners, is the largest and most modern connecting station in Europe. Deutsche Bahn AG, one of the world’s leading transport and logistics providers, constructed a new office building in the complex’s two soaring arches that rise above the aboveground tracks of Berlin’s city trains.
The glass-covered arches, 183 meters long and 22 meters deep, stretch 46 meters above the entrance level, 12 storeys into the sky. 1,200 employees from the company's core departments work in the new building. The company has set new standards in intelligent building utilisation and innovative office layouts.
The DB project team worked with the Quickborner Team to furnish this extraordinary complex in the heart of Berlin.