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Re-opening of Superdry and Café Kranzler

2. December 2016

The first construction phase at Kranzler Eck in Berlin, primarily consisting of the conversion and development of a new Superdry store,is nearing completion. British fashion chain Superdry will be opening its biggest store in the world, covering an area of 3,800 square metres, in the Kranzler Eck on 4 December. The new Café Kranzler, run by Berlin coffee roaster The Barn will also be opening its doors for the first time since redevelopment. Both tourists and Berliners will soon be able to enjoy the historic rooms of Café Kranzler with its rotunda, sun deck and roof terrace once more.  Superdry and The Barn are planning a whole range of different events to celebrate the opening week from 4 to 10 December, and the Kranzler Eck will also be joining in. On 4,8, 9 and 10 December, visitors can treat themselves to “muffles” – a mix between muffins and waffles filled with a Black Forest cake cream, inspired by the world-famous Black Forest gateau served in the original Café Kranzler. The muffle stand will be located in the passageway between Joachimsthaler Strasse and the courtyard.

Superdry and The Barn are planning a whole range of different events to celebrate the opening week from 4 to 10 December, and the Kranzler Eck will also be joining in. On 4,8, 9 and 10 December, visitors can treat themselves to “muffles” – a mix between muffins and waffles filled with a Black Forest cake cream, inspired by the world-famous Black Forest gateau served in the original Café Kranzler. The muffle stand will be located in the passageway between Joachimsthaler Strasse and the courtyard.The re-opening coincides with the final spurt of the pre-Christmas shopping season. The Christmas lights and decorations have already been put up, bathing the whole Kranzler Eck in a joyful, festive atmosphere. In addition to the usual opening times from Monday to Saturday between 10 a.m. and 8 p.m., the Kranzler Eck will also be open on two shopping Sundays: on 4 and 18 December, from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.

The re-opening coincides with the final spurt of the pre-Christmas shopping season. The Christmas lights and decorations have already been put up, bathing the whole Kranzler Eck in a joyful, festive atmosphere. In addition to the usual opening times from Monday to Saturday between 10 a.m. and 8 p.m., the Kranzler Eck will also be open on two shopping Sundays: on 4 and 18 December, from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Impressions:

Eröffnung Superdry Flagshipstore im Kranzler Eck am 8.12.2016 in Berlin. Foto: Gero Breloer für AXA Investment Managers GmbH

Eröffnung Superdry Flagshipstore im Kranzler Eck am 8.12.2016 in Berlin. Foto: Gero Breloer für AXA Investment Managers GmbH

Eröffnung Superdry Flagshipstore im Kranzler Eck am 8.12.2016 in Berlin. Foto: Gero Breloer für AXA Investment Managers GmbH

Eröffnung Superdry Flagshipstore im Kranzler Eck am 8.12.2016 in Berlin. Foto: Gero Breloer für AXA Investment Managers GmbH

Eröffnung Superdry Flagshipstore im Kranzler Eck am 8.12.2016 in Berlin. Foto: Gero Breloer für AXA Investment Managers GmbH

Eröffnung Superdry Flagshipstore im Kranzler Eck am 8.12.2016 in Berlin. Foto: Gero Breloer für AXA Investment Managers GmbH

Eröffnung Superdry Flagshipstore im Kranzler Eck am 8.12.2016 in Berlin. Foto: Gero Breloer für AXA Investment Managers GmbH

Eröffnung Superdry Flagshipstore im Kranzler Eck am 8.12.2016 in Berlin. Foto: Gero Breloer für AXA Investment Managers GmbH

Photographer: Gero Breloer

22.08.2016, Kurfuerstendamm, Berlin, GER, Paralympics Verabschiedung, im Bild 


Foto Juergen Engler

Farewell ceremony for Paralympians as they set off for Rio

19. October 2016

Soon after Team Germany’s impressive performance at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Berlin’s Paralympians got together at Kranzler Eck at the invitation of Gerhard Janetzky, President of the Berlin Athletics Association. Following a welcome by the host on the terrace of the Lindner Hotel, Friedhelm Julius Beucher, President of the National Paralympic Committee Germany, addressed the German athletes in an emotional and highly personal speech that fired them up even more for the upcoming Paralympic Games in Rio.

After an informal gathering with the numerous guests, athletes Marianne Buggenhagen, Jan Gürtler, Tom Kierey, Lasse Klötzing and Thomas Ulbricht were introduced to the audience at the Sommerkino open-air cinema. In keeping with the occasion, the event was followed by a screening of documentary film Gold – You can do more than you think.

 

Update:
We would like to congratulate our athletes upon the medals that they won in Rio:

Marianne Buggenhagen – Silver, shot put
Tom Kierey – Silver, canoe (200 m)
Thomas Ulbricht – Bronze, 100 m sprint

NKE schenkt einen Buddy Bär zum 50. Geburtstag des Europacenters

Big Bear Hug For Your Birthday

2. April 2015

Europe Center Turns 50

For half a century, Europa Center has towered over the rooftops of the City West district as perhaps its best known landmark. The memorable occasion called for an appropriate celebration. A crowd of media people and spectators gathered inside before a stage next to the water clock to celebrate the 50-year anniversary of Europa Center on 02 April 2015.

As a token gift to great neighbourhood relations and to the bond of sharing a Kurfürstendamm location over many years, Centre Manager Viola Krecker and Michael Stiebitz presented a Buddy Bear figure on behalf of Neues Kranzler Eck on occasion of the milestone anniversary.

The sculpture depicts a number of images of memorable events involving the high-rise complex during these past decades. It symbolises a long-standing tradition and the friendship between Neues Kranzler Eck and Europa Center in the heart of downtown West Berlin.

neue Brückenbeleuchtung Kantstraße

NEW LIGHTING DESIGN FOR THE KANTSTRASSE RAILWAY BRIDGE

2. February 2014

Ugrading the Area

In collaboration with AG City, the Borough of Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf is developing a new lighting design for Berlin’s western downtown sub-district of “City West.”

In this context, Neues Kranzler Eck benefits more than other buildings from the new illumination of the railway bridge across Kantstrasse. The artists working with Hans Peter Kuhn of ARUP chose an intentionally subtle and minimalist lighting design for the purpose. The shifting warm white light sets itself apart from the brightly coloured signage and media facades all around it, creating a serene and subdued ambience.

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