Bau und Raum Jahrbuch 2000, 2001

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Annegret Burg, Bundesamt für Bauwesen und Raumordnung
Hatje Cantz, Jan 1, 2001 - Architecture - 160 pages
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This third volume of the yearly series published by the German federal agency, Bundesamt fr Bauwesen und Raumordung, presents federally financed buildings, works-in-progress in the areas of architecture, art and historic monument preservation, and research. At the moment, the development of Berlin's historical center is the most demanding and most controversial federal building project--and the yearbook's main focus is on the governmental buildings in the Federal Republic's new political heart. Such edifices include the new Foreign Ministry building, and the Ministry for Traffic, Building and Housing structure with an art project by Rebecca Horn. The book also presents the extension of the Berlin Federal Library, and documents--with numerous photographs and maps--various federal buildings outside of Germany, including the Palais Beauharnais in Paris and the project for the office of the German embassy in Kiev, among others.

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