berlin architecture

The Brutalist architecture in Berlin

After World War II, which laid waste to major areas of Germany – especially in its capital Berlin – architecture found fertile ground for the implementation of new concepts and techniques, and the use of new materials in attempts to predict the future. Architects, especially in the former West Germany, debated whether they should rebuild the

Berlin Architecture Spotlight – Bruno Taut

Berlin and architecture is a love and, sometimes, hate affair. Just a stroll around the city proves the point. Cranes and pipes are almost everywhere, showing that Berlin is still “under construction”. After being defeated in two World Wars and divided by a wall, open spaces are now occupied by new and modern constructions. Many of