IBIS Hotel, Berlin
The hotel is planned as a 6-storey angular building with a mezzanine floor as a loft. In its building education, the building is articulated by two road-supporting structures and a connecting corner body, which clearly marked both the entrance to the hotel by a large glass facade, as well as a vertical development element. The hotel has 132 two-bed rooms, of which 13 are handicapped accessible and barrier-free. On the ground floor, next to the reception and the administrative office, there is a restaurant and breakfast room as well as adjoining rooms.