LOFT Publications, 2002 - Architecture - 400 pages
Ever since the "fall of the Wall," Berlin has witnessed an unprecedented surge in new and re-construction, particularly in the area around Potsdam and Paris Squares, where the Wall cut an enormous swath through the city's center. Striking multi-billion dollar complexes built by corporations such as Sony and Daimler have helped revitalize Berlin, bringing it architecturally in step with the rest of the world. But alongside these monuments to capitalism are equally exciting developments in the city's residential architecture. This book looks at a number of extraordinary living spaces designed by leading architects, featuring beautifully produced color photographs, floor plans, descriptive texts, and biographies of the designers.
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OLD APARTMENT 224 TWOSTORY HOME
BESIDE LAKE LIETZENSEE 240 STORE AND HOME
A HOME FOR ART COLLECTORS 254 OLD POST OFFICE
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