Federal Snake Complex, Berlin Building

Federal Snake Complex, Berlin Building, Architecture Project, Photo, Georg Bumiller Design, Image

Federal Snake Complex Berlin

Key Architectural Development in Berlin, Germany – design by Georg Bumiller architect

Federal Snake Complex

Location: Joachim-Karnatz-Allee 1-43, Tiergarten
Date built: 1996-99
Design: Georg Bumiller, architect

Photo © Adrian Welch

Federal Snake Complex

Location: north bank of River Spree

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This is a residential building for government employees. The building contains 718 apartments.

The main building is 300m long, with a snake-like plan that curves back and forth along its length.

The site also has other buildings by various architects studios:-

four apartment blocks by Urs Müller, Rhode & Wandert
a brick building from 1934
a new gymnasium, a power plant and a children’s day centre, designed by GKK Partners.

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Berlin Hauptbahnhof

Das Haus der Kulturen der Welt
Das Haus der Kulturen der Welt


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Federal Snake Complex Berlin Building

Website: Berlin, Germany