The Lauder National Outreach Center was established to offer Jewish youth from all over the world a place to stay, and participate in workshops when visiting Berlin. Ronald Lauder made it possible through his Ronald S. Lauder Foundation. The building is located in Prenzlauer Berg and was made available by two members of the community. This meeting and educational institution with a multifunctional space, for celebration, prayer and food, was designed by the Bruzkus Batek Architects.
A neutral colour scheme with dark brown linoleum and yellow chairs emphasizes the spaciousness of the public areas. Long built-in benches, which are placed along the walls, ensure there is plenty of space even for large groups.
The boys and girls dormitories are painted in bold colours and differ from each other through layout and colour.