Two-level penthouse in a unique residential project, designed by the famous architect-deconstructivist Daniel Libeskind. The project is harmonious in its double-facedness: on one side it seamlessly unites two neighboring streets, on the other it stands out sharply with sharp edges and diagonals typical for the architect's works. The unusual facade of the house flickers and sparkles depending on the lighting and time of day. Two levels of the penthouse are united by an atrium height of 7 m with a gallery, which leads to a panoramic terrace of 67 m2 with a magnificent view of Berlin. On the lower level of the penthouse there is a spacious living room (51 sq.m), a dining room (37 sq.m), a kitchen (19 sq.m), two bedrooms (19 and 15 sq.m), two bathrooms, a guest bathroom, , two balconies. The penthouse is sold under the finish, which will be executed in accordance with the individual wishes of the new owner. High-quality materials and works are already included in the price. Optional installation of a sauna and a jacuzzi on the terrace. The new owner can purchase two places in the underground parking for € 42,000 each. For the convenience of residents, the project provides concierge service, a communal garden and a fitness room. The project is located in Mitte, the central district of Berlin, where most government offices, embassies and attractions are concentrated; many popular restaurants and trendy shops.