Developed by Irish firm Cannon and Cannon, No 1 Charlottenburg is a truly exceptional residential complex in the heart of the vibrant city of Berlin.
The Development contains 272 apartments which are housed in two waterfront towers and 13 traditional townhouses on the banks of the River Spee.
Jones of Oswestry ARBORSLOT were specified and installed as part of the inner courtyard design.
Charlottenburg takes its name from Sophie Charlotte of Hannover, Queens Consort of Prussia, and an erudite patron of the arts.
In 1615 her husband, Elector Frederick III of Brandenburg gifted to her the area formerly called Lietzow, which became known as Charlottenburg after her death in 1705.
The area remains distinguished, with internationally recognised institutions such as the university of Arts and the Technical university of Berlin.
Fabricated in mild or stainless steel the Jones of Oswestry ARBORSLOT incorporates a series of recessed trays for paving infill, allowing for the continuation of the paving up to the actual tree aperture whilst providing suitable aeration and drainage facilities to enable the tree to flourish.