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Pulse Berlin

A green pulse for a world city

Pulse Berlin

Pulse Berlin is the very first fully Cradle to Cradle office building in Berlin. The building is an oasis of greenery and calm located in the busy Post Dreieck near the Potsdamer Platz, the Tempodrom and the hotel Postpalais. Delta Development shows that with Pulse Berlin Cradle to Cradle is not only functional but also incredibly beautiful.


The office of the future

The 7-story office building will have a special green façade contrasting beautifully with the brickwork of a metropolis like Berlin. Once inside, the visitor is treated to an alluring combination of space, light and greenery.


Light, air and space

Architect, William McDonough + Partners created the Human Centered design for Pulse Berlin. The design focuses on acoustics and the way in which light falls; both factors that make a significant contribution to the comfort and living experience inside an office building. The layout of the floors around the imposing atrium is flexible and can be easily re-shaped according to requirements.


Functional greenery

The distinctive greenery both outside and within the building also serves other purposes: it promotes a good ambiance, it ensures a pleasant living environment (air purification) and it collects rainwater which is used for plants in the atrium and for flushing toilets. The heating in Pulse Berlin is via use of environmentally-friendly biogas.

How the future works

The Cradle to Cradle principle and Pulse



As yet unknown

START CONSTRUCTION                  

end 2017


William McDonough + Partners, IAA Architecten


Kondor Wessels


16.800 m2 GFA (12.500 LFA)


DGNB Gold Certificate (ambition)

Pilot project certificate Circular Building


Berlin Kreuzberg


Pulse Berlin

Healthy materials

  1. materials
  1. During the tender a careful assessment of healthy materials will be made and where necessary tests will be done. The starting point is to use as many C2C certified materials as possible. Together with suppliers, the possible applications and future certification of materials will also be closely looked into