Last week, the B-Part Am Gleisdreieck hosted a public information event of Grün Berlin for the election of a new advisory board for the Park am Gleisdreieck. The evening started with an introduction of the current members of the park advisory board whose core values stand for a lot of green, recreation, and public benefit-oriented... mehr lesen
With a focus on the significant challenges of urban planning the course covers various aspects such as construction, transport, energy, politics, and technology. Based on that the scholarship holders of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung deal with the topic “Berlin 2030′ and learn how planning and cooperation between the city, private actors, and citizens works and what creative... mehr lesen
B-PART SPORTS IS NOW OPEN: B-PART AM GLEISDREIECK’S WELCOMES ITS NEW INNOVATIVE OUTDOOR TRAINING PARK
Berlin, 23 January 2020 – Since its opening in March 2019, B-Part Am Gleisdreieck in the middle of the park has provided an exciting venue for people wanting to discuss and develop solutions for the future of work, new mobility, and urban communities, all under a single roof. As a laboratory dedicated to the development... mehr lesen
The 32nd meeting of the Stadtteil-Forum Tiergarten Süd took place on November 5th at B-Part Am Gleisdreieck. As a transparent working committee of citizen participation, the Stadtteil-Forum Tiergarten Süd works in public, monthly meetings. The members deal with topics such as neighborhood & social affairs, building & living, public space & transport, education in the... mehr lesen
On Saturday 17 November, in glorious sunshine with temperatures hovering around zero, around 80 local residents and other interested visitors took up the Urbane Mitte Am Gleisdreieck team’s invitation and embarked on a guided tour through B-Part’s timber shell. B-Part will be the second pioneer project to move onto the Urbane Mitte Am Gleisdreieck site... mehr lesen
The Gleisdreieck has always been a place filled with movement. Ideas now circulate in a location where goods were once moved around.
PROF. MANFRED ORTNER, ARCHITECTURE FIRM ORTNER & ORTNER BAUKUNST