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City of Science complex

Berlin, Germany

The Berlin Adlershof Science City is one of the most successful high-technology sites in Germany and Berlin’s largest media site. It is home to 1,041 companies and scientific institutions (Dec 2016) on an area of 4.2 km² - embedded in an integrated urban planning concept. 16,778 people work and..

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By participating in the Anna Seghers School in a nationwide pilot project for the development of community schools, a new building for the classrooms of the elementary level class was indispensable. As the construction site derelict former school garden was tendered. AFF architects developed a..

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The developer wanted an architecture that promotes communication amongst the employees, which is flexible so as to be able to respond to changes in the company without renovation measures, and which at the same time results in a building that serves as an example of energy optimization. A large..

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The Photonics Centre is based on the urban design and services engineering concepts developed for an initial competition, won in 1995.The two buildings are colorful volumes with soft contours which create a strong identity within the existing rectilinear context without challenging the gentle..

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The Institute of Physics of the Humboldt University Berlin is an exceptional project of ecological urban development featuring various innovations of sustainable construction. The focus of the project is a concept of decentralized rainwater management, building greening and elements for cooling..

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The Erwin Schrödinger Centre is a unique combination of scientific library, computer and media center and other facilities. Hosting lecture theaters, seminar rooms, conference room, cafeteria and a small bookstore, this building is a central meeting point for the entire scientific complex.

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On the grounds of the former Johannisthal-Adlershof Airfield and the affiliated aircraft technology and aviation research facilities, a new campus has been built for the natural sciences at Humboldt University of Berlin. Stemming from a competition held in 1995, the design attempts to develop a..

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The building is a manufacturer of solar modules as well as an energy-efficient administration building.

Awarded with a plaque German Solar Prize 2010 for the "... exemplary ... the connection of an ecologically sensible building concept with the aesthetically appealing design."

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