Architektenkammer Berlin (Ed.)
Building Berlin, Vol. 9
The latest architecture in and out of the capital
21 x 27
- Rehearsal stage of Deutsches Theater in Berlin, Germany (gmp)
- Experimenta in Heilbronn, Germany (Sauerbruch Hutton)
- Goethe-Institut Dublin, Ireland (Henchion/Reuter)
- Mobility in the Neighborhood
- Social Housing 4.0.
- Digitalization in Urban Planning
As rapidly growing capital, Berlin is currently experiencing a further phase of intensive construction activity, accompanied by committed debates about the architectural future of the city. More than in any other European metropolis, subcultural creative spaces, ambitious large-scale construction projects and unique residential buildings encounter each other in the immediate vicinity. Tradition and innovation mix to form an independent, dynamic and surprising building culture that is appreciated, respected and discussed internationally.
Berlin architects are facing the complex challenges of bringing together this unparalleled diversity of people and architecture. The publication presents a carefully curated selection of the most exciting current projects in and from the German capital as a showcase for contemporary architectural events. In addition, informative essays analyze and discuss backgrounds, trends and developments that affect (not only) Berlin.