This very representative Berlin Apartment Building was built in the 1890s and belonged to a group of houses owned by the banker Oskar Schuster. It is adressed to the Elssholzstrasse direcly in front of the old Botanicle Garden in Berlin Schneberg, which is a urban park today, called 'Kleistpark'. In this connection the street is named after Johannes Sigismund Elsholz one of the famous botanists of the 17th century. It is a complex 6-axis apartment building with a massive two-storey base, rich decorated loggias, a representative jutty and a complex roof arrangement.
This model is an exactly detailed one and was constructed in Archicad and visualized in Cinema 4d R16. There is a typical and room structure of that time with walls and wall openings inside the building. So this model can be also used for indoor renderings and offers a dialog between in- and outside, if you put it in other neighborhoods or scenes. It is an original reproduction in shape and scale.