Living in a masterpiece.


A listed historic building default on the banks of the river Spree, where every room tells its quiet story. Artfully restored, aesthetically transformed and luxuriously finished – in all elements.

Exceedingly unique. Infinitely beautiful. The three most exclusive residences have been saved for last. Charming apartments for outstanding people in the very heart of Berlin.

An effort of museum proportions, that can only be justified by passion. Over the years, conservators and artisans have devoted themselves to the historic surfaces – sensitively and intently, inside and out.

Built in 1870 as a corporate domicile, the Haus Lademann has lain derelict for a long time. Until 2022 the building underwent a total gut renovation. Six years. With endless dedication. Bert Christmann personally curated the project, engaging the Crème de la Crème from the worlds of art and craftsmanship. The brothers Nagel – artisans of stucco, and the conservators Julica Ebeling & Eliza Seifert to name but two. An alliance of excellence.

United in the acceptance of nothing but the very best.