Post Tagged with: "architecture"

Berlin Rocket Tower

Minimalist Architecture

Berlin and its architecture – sober, radical and uncompromising Berlin has a lot to offer from the perspective of architecture. In search of textures, colors, contrasts and symmetries, there are numerous buildings in Berlin. Characterized by their radicalism, sobriety and uncompromisingness. The smooth soberness of the forms, the clarity of the […]

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New York Manhattan Down

New York

New York – the overrated city for street photography? Street photography and New York City are terms that often go hand in hand. New York is a diverse city of nearly 8.5 million eclectic and vibrant souls, all packed into a tiny island and its surrounding boroughs. Each area of the city […]

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Chicago

Laboratory for architectural innovation and experimentation Chicago has long been a laboratory for architectural innovation and experimentation. The buildings and architecture of Chicago have influenced and reflected the history of American architecture. The built environment of Chicago is reflective of the city’s history and multicultural heritage, featuring prominent buildings in a […]

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Kino International

Socialist architecture One of the remaining examples of socialist architecture on Karl-Marx Allee in Berlin is Kino International. Designed by German architect Josef Kaiser and opened 15th november 1963, till 1989 the cinema hosted premieres in the GDR. A characteristic open space with glass surfaces faces the street The theater […]

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The Haus der Kulturen der Welt

Forum for the contemporary arts and current debates The Haus der Kulturen der Welt (House of World Cultures) is located in Tiergarten in the former Congress Hall and is a forum for the contemporary arts and current debates. It has a special focus on non-European cultures and societies. USA’s contribution to […]

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The Shell House

  Favorite building in Berlin Despite war, destruction and the barren post-war redevelopment, several exceptional buildings in Berlin managed to survive. Today, they serve as a reminder of the city’s rich history. One of these remarkable symbols of architecture is the Shell House. Waves instead of corners The Shell House […]

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