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Josef Paul Kleihues

Berlin, Germany
born 1933, Rheine an der Ems

Josef Paul Kleihues (June 10, 1933 - August 13, 2004) born in Rheine an der Ems in Germany, was a German architect, teacher and theorist. He developed a distinct architectural language that was shaped by three principal influences: Rationalism, Prussian classicism and a commitment to..

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Hejduk Tower

Berlin, Germany
by John Hejduk

In April of 2010 the architecture community gathered to protect one of the many at risk postmodern buildings of the 1980s. The new owners of the Kreuzberg Tower by John Hejduk drew negative attention from notable architects when they began altering the building’s façade. The Kreuzberg Tower’s..

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Bonjour Tristesse

Berlin, Germany
by Alvaro Siza, ...

The Schlesisches Tor residential building , known as Bonjour Tristesse , is a Berlin building around 100 meters southeast of the Schlesisches Tor underground station at Schlesischen Straße 1-8 / corner of Falckensteinstraße 4 in the Kreuzberg district .

The house is designed by Alvaro Siza..

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The houses for two brothers was a project designed by John Hejduk and was completed by the end of 1987. The project was a part of the IBA Berlin 1987

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The north Berlin district of Tegel was founded 600 years ago and gained rapid development in the industrial revolution...

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Gate House

Berlin, Germany
by John Hejduk

The Gate House was a refurbishment project designed by John Hejduk for the International Bauausstellung 1987 (IBA Berlin 1987) in Berlin. Part of the design required a reorganization of the block, reduction of the block size and creation of mixed uses within the site (including a kindergarten). Add to a collection

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The Checkpoint Charlie apartments was a project for the International Bauausstellung IBA Berlin 1987, it was to house the customs officials and allied forces. The building is located across the road from Peter Eisenman’s Checkpoint Charlie Museum, another IBA building located in central Berlin...

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The Checkpoint Charlie Museum was originally designed as a residential building on Friedrichstrasse 43 in the Berlin district of Kreuzberg. The building was designed by Peter Eisenman and built as part of the International Building Exhibition (International Bauausstellung or IBA Berlin 1987. It..

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The residential development on the western edge of the square Lützow was built from 1979 to 1983 as part of the International Building Exhibition Berlin in 1987 (IBA Berlin 1987). The block is bounded on the south by Wichmann Road, in the east by Lutzowplatz and to the north by Lützowufer.
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The mixed-use block at Friedrichstrasse 32-33 was designed by Raimund Abraham as part of the Internationale Bauausstellung, IBA Berlin 1987. It accommodates shops at the street level with apartments above.

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With the Senate's bill of 1978 for the International Building Exhibition..

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Dagewo project is one of the first built designs of Zaha Hadid, completed within the International Building Exhibition Berlin 1987 - IBA Berlin 1987.

For IBA IBA Block 2, so-called "women's block", building by and for women was a topic to be addressed. The fact that young Zaha Hadid was..

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Eco-Houses

Berlin, Germany
by Frei Otto

As part of the 1987 International Building Exhibition IBA Berlin 1987 , in one of the most attractive inner-city residential locations in Berlin-Tiergarten, maisonette houses were built on the Landwehrkanal and were called “Ökohaus”. These three atypical residential houses were built with..

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Vittorio Gregotti design an housing complex of 64 social houses and 4 commercial units on the ground floor with stores and warehouses.

The typological innovations, for the IBA program, is an house complex that keep the villa type elements, such as access floor, the veranda and the protruding..

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The Berlin Social Science Center was designed by James Stirling and Michael Wilford and was completed in 1988. It is the largest non-housing complex in the IBA (Internationale Bauausstellung) program. Stirling's concept was to create "a friendly, non-bureaucratic place" that looked more like a..

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Botta House

Berlin, Germany
by Mario Botta

The residential building designed by Mario Botta is part of Wohnpark am Lützowplatz (IBA Lützowplatz Apartments) in Berlin and occupies the corner between Lützowplatz and Lützowstraße. Together with the neighboring residential units, it reconstructs the neighborhood, and was a part of the..

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Lützowplatz Building

Berlin, Germany
by Peter Cook, ...

The building commissioned by the Internationale Bauausstelling (IBA Berlin 1987) was amongst some of the last apartment blocks to be constructed in 1989.

The thirteen apartments were developed as part of the public funding program and as such had to comply with the un-negotiable financial and..

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MBM Arquitectos

Barcelona, Spain
est. 1951, Barcelona

MBM is, in reality, an architectural workshop with a compact team of architects and staff, including five partners (Martorell, Bohigas, Mackay, Capdevila and Gual), who are committed to a continuous investigation from project to project engaging both clients and various independent professionals..

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Hardt-Waltherr Hämer

Berlin, Germany
born 1922, Hagen in Lüneburg

Hardt-Waltherr Hamer (13 April 1922 - 27 September 2012) was a German architect. He is considered the father of careful urban renewal. He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts (HfbK), today Berlin University of the Arts (UdK) Berlin and at the State School of Architecture (today Bauhaus University)..

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IBA Berlin 1987

Berlin, Germany
by Hardt-Waltherr Hämer, ...

The International Building Exhibition 1987 (IBA) was an architectural exhibition and an urban planning concept of the Berlin Senate to regain the West Berlin city ​​center as a residential location. The idea came from the Berlin senate building director Hans-Christian Müller. The early urban..

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