A cluster of five towers designed by Graft and Kleihues + Kleihues Architekten will break ground in Berlin in 2015, bringing another mixed-use development to the German capital. Connected by a chain of bridges, the complex will house typically Berlin-like informal workplaces with exteriors that reference the Holzmarkt area’s unique history.

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Graft teamed up with Kleihues + Kleihues Architekten to design a proposal of the Holzmarkt area near a railway viaduct that will combine public and private life. The towers will be clad in wood to reference the site’s history, and – if the renders are any indication – will boast a fair amount of green space as well. Flexible organization of the interior will allow for diverse functions and is expected to integrate residential and commercial activities.

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Varying in height and connected by publicly accessible bridges, the buildings will provide a range of spatial experiences. The towers, one of several large-scale developments underway in Berlin, are expected to break ground in 2015.

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Via Dezeen