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Berlin Style Adaptations | The WYE Art House

Berlin Style Adaptations | The WYE Art House

A post office building was born in Berlin during the time of 'Talkies', Swing dance and Albert Einstein.1927 was a time of change and adaptation in the German capital, the city was growing fast and so...

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Categories: design / architecture / visual arts

Architecture that makes you happy | Quartier Shützenstrasse

Architecture that makes you happy | Quartier Shützenstrasse

Even if you are not a fan of postmodernism this building will make you smile.  It seems the architect, Aldo Rossi, had fun while designing the facade collage and choosing the vibrant color palett...

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Categories: architecture

Architecture Do's & Don'ts | Dutch Embassy in Berlin

Architecture Do's & Don'ts | Dutch Embassy in Berlin

Buildings always stand the test of everyday life and everyday users, here are some examples that work and don't work at the award winning Dutch Embassy building in Berlin designed by award winning arc...

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Categories: architecture

Building Renovations | Berlin Style

Building Renovations | Berlin Style

Readapting a building that was abandoned is a sustainable way of bringing life to the city. This recycling of buildings with new uses and activities gives buildings a new chance to live in the ever changing city of Berlin. 

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Categories: architecture

Berlin Museums and Galleries for Architecture

Berlin Museums and Galleries for Architecture

The selection gathers museums and galleries in Berlin that specialize in architecture. They present exhibitions with an architectural approach from architects, urbanists, visual artists, media artists...

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Categories: architecture

Architect Jean Nouvel winner of the Pritzker Prize | Buildings in Berlin

Architect Jean Nouvel winner of the Pritzker Prize | Buildings in Berlin

French architect Jean Nouvel (born August 12, 1945) was awarded the 31st Pritzker Prize in 2008 during a ceremony held at the Thomas Jefferson Building of the Library of Congress in Washington D.C.&nb...

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Categories: architecture

Architect Richard Rogers winner of the Pritzker Prize | Buildings in Berlin

Architect Richard Rogers winner of the Pritzker Prize | Buildings in Berlin

Italian-British architect Richard Rogers (born July 23, 1933) was awarded the 30th Pritzker Architecture Prize in 2007 during a ceremony at The Banqueting House in London, England.After finishing ...

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Categories: architecture

Architect Zaha Hadid winner of the Pritzker Prize | Projects in Berlin

Architect Zaha Hadid winner of the Pritzker Prize | Projects in Berlin

Iraqi-British architect Zaha Hadid (born October 31st, 1950) was awarded the Pritzker Architecture Prize in 2004 during a ceremony held at the State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia.Before b...

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Categories: architecture

Architect Rem Koolhaas winner of the Pritzker Prize | Projects in Berlin

Architect Rem Koolhaas winner of the Pritzker Prize | Projects in Berlin

Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas (born November 17, 1944) was awarded the Pritzker Prize in 2000 at a ceremony that was held at the Jerusalem Archaeological Park in Jerusalem, Israel.Before starting his a...

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Categories: architecture

Architect Norman Foster winner of the Pritzker Prize | Buildings in Berlin

Architect Norman Foster winner of the Pritzker Prize | Buildings in Berlin

British architect Norman Foster (born June1, 1935), former Lord Foster of Thames Bank, was awarded the Prizker Architecture Prize in 1999 during a ceremony at the Altes Museum in Berlin, Germany. ...

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Categories: architecture

Architect Renzo Piano winner of the Pritzker Prize | Buildings in Berlin

Architect Renzo Piano winner of the Pritzker Prize | Buildings in Berlin

Italian architect Renzo Piano (born September 14, 1937) was awarded the 21st Prizker Architecture Prize in 1998 during a ceremony at the White House in Washington, D.C.His architecture career began in...

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Categories: architecture

Architect Rafael Moneo winner of the Pritzker Prize | Buildings in Berlin

Architect Rafael Moneo winner of the Pritzker Prize | Buildings in Berlin

The 19th Pritzker Prize was awarded in 1996 to Spanish architect Rafael Moneo (born May 9, 1937). The ceremony was held at the Getty Center in Los Angeles, California.Through most of his career, Moneo...

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Categories: architecture

Architect Christian de Portzamparc winner of Pritzker Prize | Projects in Berlin

Architect Christian de Portzamparc winner of Pritzker Prize | Projects in Berlin

French architect Christian de Portzamparc (born May 5, 1944) received the Pritzker Prize in 1994 at the Commons Center in Columbus, Indiana. De Portzamparc is an architect, urban planner and painter. ...

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Architect Alvaro Siza winner of the Pritzker Prize | Buildings in Berlin

Architect Alvaro Siza winner of the Pritzker Prize | Buildings in Berlin

Portuguese architect Alvaro Siza Vieira (born June 25, 1933) was awarded the 15h Pritzker Architecture Prize in 1992 at the Harold Washington Library in Chicago, USA. Siza started with his archit...

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Categories: architecture

Architect Aldo Rossi winner of the Pritzker Prize | Buildings in Berlin

Architect Aldo Rossi winner of the Pritzker Prize | Buildings in Berlin

Italian architect Aldo Rossi (born May 3, 1931 - September 4, 1997) was the 13th laureate for the Pritzker Prize and received the award at Palazzo Grassi in Venice, Italy in 1990.Rossi was also an ind...

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Categories: architecture

Architect Frank Gehry winner of the Pritzker Prize | Projects in Belin

Architect Frank Gehry winner of the Pritzker Prize | Projects in Belin

Frank O. Gehry, awarded the highest honor in architecture by receiving the Pritzker Prize in 1989, has one example of his work in Berlin. See why this project is a hidden treasure although being in the middle of Berlin's most important squares.

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Categories: architecture

Architect Oscar Niemeyer winner of Pritzker Prize | Projects in Berlin

Architect Oscar Niemeyer winner of Pritzker Prize | Projects in Berlin

The International Building Exhibition in Berlin in the 60's became an opportunity not only for the city and its citizens but also for international architects to build meaningful architecture. Such was the case for award winning Oscar Niemeyer.

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Architect Gottfried Böhm winner of Pritzker Prize | Projects in Berlin

Architect Gottfried Böhm winner of Pritzker Prize | Projects in Berlin

The only German to win the Pritzker Architecture Prize has shaped Germany's urban landscape and has 2 examples of his work in Berlin.

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Architect Hans Hollein winner of the Pritzker Prize | Projects in Berlin

Architect Hans Hollein winner of the Pritzker Prize | Projects in Berlin

Austria's only architect to win the Pritzker Architecture Prize has 2 built designs in Berlin. They were designed before and after winning the prize, 2 decades apart from each other and are an important part of Berlin's urban landscape.

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Categories: architecture

Architect I M Pei winner of the Pritzker Prize | Projects in Berlin

Architect I M Pei winner of the Pritzker Prize | Projects in Berlin

I. M. Pei's meticulous interior design and exuberant volumes have made impact around the world with important cultural, commercial and academic buildings. Find out how this winner of the Pritzker Prize's work in Berlin for the German Historical Museum is similar and distinct from his other masterpieces.

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Categories: architecture