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Architecture of Brandenburg

29 January 2010

1988 – Wissenschaftszentrum, Berlin

Architect: Stirling Wilford Wissenschaftszentrum or Science Centre or the “Wedding cake” to Berliners, whatever you want to call it, it is a startling building to see in Berlin where buildings tend to be...

29 January 2010

1999 – Jewish Museum, Berlin

Architect: Studio Daniel Libeskind The Jewish Museum Berlin (Jüdisches Museum Berlin) covers two millennia of German Jewish history. It consists of two buildings, one the old Kollegienhaus, a former courthouse, built in the...

29 January 2010

1999 – Reichstag, Berlin

Architect: Paul Wallot, Foster and Partners Built as a result of an architectural competition, the Reichstag was originally designed by Paul Wallot and completed in 1894. It is a bombastic building, with an...

29 January 2010

2000 – Sony Centre, Berlin

Architect: Helmut Jahn The Sony Centre on Berlin’s historic Potsdamer Platz consists of a complex of buildings grouped around a central atrium. Eight individual buildings are used for offices, apartments, large cinemas and...

29 January 2010

2001 – Paul-Löbe-Haus, Berlin

Architect: Stephan Braunfels After the Bundestag moved back to Berlin, buildings had to be constructed to contain supporting services. Paul-Löbe-Haus, built alongside the Reichstag houses the committees of the Bundestag. The building has...

29 January 2010

2001 – The Chancellery, Berlin

Architects: Axel Schultes, Charlotte Frank The Federal Chancellery stands at the western end of the “Bundesband”, the strip of federal buildings that stretches across the bend in the River Spree to form a...

29 January 2010

2003 – Deutsches Historisches Museum, Berlin

Architect: I.M. Pei Prior to reunification, Chancellor, Helmut Kohl decided to present Berlin with a new history museum. It was to be built on the bend of the River Spree opposite the Reichstag...

29 January 2010

2003 – Marie-Elisabeth-Lüders-Haus, Berlin

Architect: Stephan Braunfels With reunification came the need for institutions to accompany the parliament. Marie-Elisabeth-Lüders-Haus was built on the banks of the Spree to house the library and Reference and Research Services of...

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