The Sony Center in Berlin, home to Sony's German headquarters, was built in 2000 and consists of eight buildings with an iconic roof that is a 4,000-square-meter open steel-glass structure.
The Sony Center is a complex of buildings located at Potsdamer Platz in Berlin, Germany. It opened in 2000 and is home to Sony's German headquarters.
The site was originally a bustling city center in the early 20th century. During World War II, this was the seat of the Nazi People’s Court. During the Second World War, most buildings were destroyed or destroyed. Beginning in 1961, most of the area became part of the no man's land of the Berlin Wall, resulting in the destruction of other buildings. After the fall of the Berlin Wall on November 9, 1989, the square once again became the focus of attention, because its attractive location suddenly appeared in the center of major European capitals. As part of the reconstruction of the area, the Sony Center was completed. It contains shops, restaurants, conference centers, hotel rooms, luxury rental suites and apartments, offices, art and film museums.
The Sony Center is a commercial area near Potsdamer Platz in the center of Berlin, Germany. It contains restaurants, cinemas, museums and other entertainment and leisure centers. The night view is very beautiful and the lighting effects are very good.
Eat, drink and fun all around, the annual Berlin Film Festival is a must see
A financial building is also an important headquarters of Sony Corporation in Berlin. There are also some squares and ancillary things on the front of the building. You can still feel some interesting content here.