Going back to 1957 the Eternithaus was built by Paul Baumgarten after the World War II in Hansaviertel. This District has become today a historical monument.
The Eternithaus was one of the most unusual and interesting suggestions for new forms of living. Baumgarten thought it would be inapropriate to build 7 row houses with private gardens so close to Tiergarten, so as an alternative he created an elongated, shiplike structure featuring huge galss windows floating over the ground floor, completing it with gangway, railings and cabin like living quarters.
The Eternithaus is 55m long holding 7 maisonette duplex apartments of 96sq m each and it is somewhat hidden from sight by trees and shrubbery.
With its vicinity to Tiergarten and as a three layer transparent mid-century building, the Eternit House is Ideal for all kind of wacky photoshoots and fim productions.