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20.09.2018

Allgemein

A special evening at Schönhauser Allee 55

Once a summer residence and laundry factory – today a building with beautiful pre-war apartments as well as loft-style offices and apartments: Schönhauser Allee 55 looks back on an exciting history. For a long time, this history was written on one of the building’s fire walls in form of a painting by the artist Ingrid Göttlicher. The painting disappeared as a result of renovation work that was done on the façade. Now the wall painting by Ingrid Göttlicher has been renewed and reapplied with the support of the owners.

On Monday evening, 17 September 2018, the rededication of this façade painting was celebrated in a pleasant atmosphere with the artist, representatives of the press, and invited guests. After the opening speeches by the artist Ingrid Göttlicher and guest of honor, district councillor Dr. Thorsten Kühne, among others, everyone enjoyed the evening together. Interested guests could take a look behind the façade of the building, and enjoy guided tours through the vacant apartments to discover the special mix of pre-war-building charm and industrial architecture that is to be found at Schönhauser Allee 55. The evening was accompanied by an exquisite flying buffet, which further enriched the evening.

Impressions of the evening:

Opening speeches for the event; f. l. t. r.: Presenter David Eckel, managing director and owner Eckel Presse & PR, Ingrid Göttlicher, artist, Tobias Bajtel, sales director at David Borck Immobiliengesellschaft, Dr. Thorsten Kühne, district councillor Pankow

Dr. Thorsten Kühne and Ingrid Göttlicher in conversation

View of the inner courtyard of Schönhauser Allee 55

View of the inner courtyard of Schönhauser Allee 55

Pre-war building (Altbau) of Schönhauser Allee 55, the oldest building in Prenzlauer Berg

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