To redefine border regions as an integrated whole is a critical challenge for architectural, political, and cultural institutions today. A collective academic initiative led by Tatiana Bilbao, Mexico City
Terrassenhaus Berlin, multi-use atelier and gallery building facing a suburban railway track. The building’s levels are staggered, creating a ziggurat-like shape with 6 metre-deep terraces on each floor and maximised semi-public ground floor space.
The Berlin Exhibition From “Flat Lands & Massive Things – From NL to NYC & beyond” documents how the influences of her Dutch-American biography are consciously or unconsciously reflected in her work.
Exhibition “Architecture and Landscape in Norway” in Felleshus of Nordic Embassies in Berlin shows a selection of photographs taken by Ken Schluchtmann, taken at the intersection between contemporary architecture and landscape along the National Tourist Routes in Norway.
Designed by David Chipperfield Architects the James Simon Galerie plays a significant role as the new gateway to the Museum Island and is suitable for welcoming large numbers of visitors.
The Aedes gallery dedicates an exhibition to the b720 architecture studio which can be visited until January 17th 2019 in Berlin.
Berlin architecture news, contemporary German Capital building: built environment updates – Berlin architectural news, new buildings in the German Capital including a Collaborative Laboratory at Architektur Galerie Berlin, a new exhibition by Philip Yuan of Archi-Union Architects.
Major buildings on our Berlin Architecture Tours can include the Jewish Museum by Daniel Libeskind, the Neues Museum Redevelopment by David Chipperfield Architects, Netherlands Embassy Building by OMA and IBA Housing by various architects.
BARRY Bar Berlin – new German anti-techno bar interior design by Herrendorf interior designer Franziska Lindholz, who created an elegant, upscale vibe to the sweet and simple bar interior.
Designed by TCHOBAN VOSS Architekten the new residential ensemble was developed on a former gap between the two streets Alte Schönhauser Straße and Rückerstraße closing now the block perimeter.
Neues Museum Building Berlin by David Chipperfield Architects: built between 1841 and 1859 by the architect Friedrich August Stüler, extensive bombing during the Second World War left the building in ruins, with entire sections missing completely and others severely damaged. Few attempts at repair were made after the war, and the structure was left exposed to nature.
Designed by Daniel Libeskind Architect The Jewish Museum Berlin, whose zinc-coated building has long-since been established as one of the capital’s landmarks, continues to belong to Berlin’s greatest attractions and Germany’s most frequented museums.
The high-density building complex with its mix of uses extends to over 400,000 square meters and, with its group of four high-rise buildings, defines the “Green Heart”—a public space extending over several stories.
The competition winning design, by TCHOBAN VOSS, of the public baths of Nauen, a town 30 km west of Berlin, has been completed after one year of construction period.