Dorothea's Place

Dorothea’s Place“ is an exclusive project based on plans designed by world-renowned architect Prof. Peter Schweger. Comprising just 15 apartments and a gallery directly adjacent to Berlin's Museumsinsel (a UNESCO World Heritage site), it offers a clear view of the Pergamonmuseum, the Neues Museum, and Berlin Cathedral.
The project takes its name from Dorothea von Brandenburg, a 17th-century electress who helped shape the quarter's urban development into Dorotheenstadt, as the quarter is still known today. The building's entrances feature two photographic Portraits, dedicated to the Berlin patroness, who was brought back to life for a day by the Austrian performance artist Irene Andessner.