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Contact and Booking

Phone +49-30-60107193
info@tautes-heim.de
www.tautes-heim.de
For further details please see our Terms and Conditions.

About the Owners

The owners are Katrin Lesser, a garden and landscape architect specialized in garden monument sites (www.katrin-lesser.de), and Ben Buschfeld, a graphic designer specialized in cultural and contemporary history (www.buschfeld.com or English CV on Linkedin).

Katrin frequently acts as garden monument expert for the Federal Authority of Monument Affairs and also wrote the scientific expertise for all green an public spaces around. Besides that, she is the great-granddaughter of Ludwig Lesser, Berlins first self-employed garden garden architect who (among other projects) also joined forces with Bruno Taut and designed the "Gartenstadt Falkenberg".
Ben is responsible for developing the content of the museum in the central compound. He is one of the most active facilitators in the promotion of the UNESCO-World heritage "Berlin Modernism Housing estates", acts as a member of the Deutsche Werkbund Berlin and published a book about Bruno Tauts Hufeisensiedlung recently.

For over 17 years they’ve lived at the Horseshoe Estate at an address less than 100 m, as the crow flies, from Taut’s Home. Both were among the initiators of non-profit organization "Friends and Supporters of the Berlin-Britz Horseshoe Estate" founded in 2007 and are committed to preserving local heritage properties, hold speeches and were instrumental in the realization of www.hufeisensiedlung.info. For the realization of Taut´s Home and other projects they received the Berlin Monument Award and the "European Prize for Cultural Heritage / Europa Nostra Award".

Guided tours

Katrin and Ben also lead regular guided tours of English or German speaking groups through the development. If you are staying at Taut´s Home, we offer a guided walk (1-2 hours) for a special rate of just €+50. Feel free to contact us for a booking. We might also recommend partners for tours to other architectural highlights of Berlin. If you are not a guest at Taut´s Home, please note that a guided tour through the estate does not include a visit of the house.

Disclaimer

We assume no responsibility for the accuracy, thoroughness, timeliness or quality of the data and information provided on this website. Any liability is excluded for damages of a material or immaterial nature, or for those caused by the use of these details, unless willful misconduct or gross negligence is proved on our part. Furthermore any liability is excluded for damages, both material and immaterial, which could be caused by the use of equipment, household appliances, furniture or other items in the rental property, unless willful misconduct or gross negligence is proved on our part. We fully reserve the right to amend, without prior notice, all individual features or details of the rental property listed online.

References / Links

We make clear that we have no influence on the design and content of the majority of pages linked from this domain, and that we are fully excluded from any liability for any content of external sites. If against our better judgment, the links from this domain should lead to content that is outdated or in any way offensive, please let us know. The inclusion or omission of a link, and the order in which links appear, does not represent any opinion of their relative merit. The above restrictions also apply to visitor entries in our guestbooks, discussion forums and social media portals.

Copyrights / Trademarks

The terms Tautes Heim and Taut’s Home, as well as all content, photos and text on this site are protected by copyright. Any reproduction or use in other electronic or printed publications is not allowed without our express consent.

Website Design and Implementation

buschfeld.com - graphic and interface design

Photos

Ben Buschfeld, Katrin Lesser

Acknowledgments

Our sponsors paid for all the wall and ceiling paints. To Mr. Fock and the Keimfarben company, we owe special thanks for this assistance. Our gratitude also to Winfried Brenne and Manfred Hoffmann from Brenne Architects for technical building advice, and to Erik-Jan Ouwekerk for the free use of three interior photos in our printed leaflet. An additional special thanks goes out to our many friends, relatives and neighbors for their advice, assistance, encouragement or donations of various materials. Last not least, thanks to Jeremy Gray for translating this site to proper English.

Craftsmen

Numerous craftsmen did a great job on the site. We want to thank the following companies for their fine work and pleasant cooperation:

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