The Pachyderm House in Berlin’s Tierpark is a crowd-puller for young and old. We are therefore delighted that we have been involved in the conversion and renovation of the building and the TGA since 2018. The aim of the measure is to create more “habitat/holding space” for the animals. In the interior, a free-wheeling hall with natural flooring will be built, which is adapted to the natural habitat of the animals. In addition, artificial rock walls will be created in order to increase the close-to-nature experience for visitors.
The project is currently nearing completion of design planning (LP3) and submission of construction planning documents. Thanks to the great cooperation in the planning team, we were also able to clarify very specific questions professionally and with how much pleasure with the director and keepers of the zoo.
We are all very much looking forward to the result of the project. After the finished conversion, the Pachyderm House is the largest elephant house in Europe.