Neues Museum Building Berlin interior by David Chipperfield Architects

Neues Museum Building Berlin by David Chipperfield Architects

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.

Juedisches Museum in Berlin

Jewish Museum Berlin Building

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.

50Hertz Berlin Headquarters Building

50Hertz Berlin Headquarters Building

Design: Love architecture and urbanism

A thirteen story slender building in Berlin, by Graz architect office: transparent architecture supports social exchange and provides a vital impetus for the working atmosphere, for instance by means of the many open green spaces.

Ackerstrasse 29

Ackerstrasse 29 in Berlin-Mitte

Design: Tchoban Voss Architekten

The new five-storey high residential building is part of a vivid and varied cultural area of Berlin-Mitte, impressively presenting itself with three open façades and a penthouse.