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This Neo-Gothic brick-built bridge in Berlin was originally built in 1886 by Otto Stahn. It was partly destroyed in WWII and was renewed in 1994-1995. The new bridge features a very elegant arch in steel designed by the Spanish enngineer and architect Santiago Calatrava. Rarley contemporay..

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This building, designed by Alfred Gottheiner, is a six-storey steel skeleton complex. It was built between 1930 - 1932. The design is sometimes also attributed to Alfred's cousin Albert Gottheiner.

The 104m high office building is constructed from dark, purplish bricks. It is located on the..

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The former Administration Building of the Hoechst AG, is an expressionist office building by the architect Peter Behrens, built as an office building of the former chemical group Hoechst AG in Frankfurt-Höchst.

The complex is divided into two three-story administrative wing and a..

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Chile House

Hamburg, Germany
by Fritz Höger

The Chilehaus (Chile House) is a ten-story office building in Hamburg, Germany designed by the architect Fritz Höger for the shipping magnate Henry B. Sloman, who made his fortune trading saltpeter from Chile. It is an exceptional example of the 1920s Brick Expressionism style of architecture...

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Anzeiger-Hochhaus

Hannover, Germany
by Fritz Höger

The Anzeiger-Hochhaus (Gazette-Building) in Hanover was designed by Fritz Hoeger, it’s 51m high and was built from 1927 to 1928 near the Stone Gate Square. With its 12m tall, green roof dome, it is a landmark of the city and was one of the first skyscrapers in Germany. Anzeiger-Hochhaus was one..

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Fritz Hoeger’s impressive brick church was built between the years 1930 to 1933. It has steep walls with a sleek, high tower which can be intimidating when up close. The red brick building with a green copper roof is an example of German brick expressionism as well as an example of expressionist..

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St. Kamillus Mönchengladbach

Munchengladbach, Germany
by Dominikus Böhm

The saint Camillus church (St. Kamillus) has a southwest-northeast orientation and was designed by Dominikus Böhm. It is situated in a prominent location in the urban planning of high beech-lined, former Quack'schen garden in the district Mönchengladbach-Dahl and includes a section on the south..

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experimenta Heilbronn

Heilbronn, Germany
by studioinges

The Berlin office studioinges won the competition for the redevelopment and extension of an old oilseed-warehouse from the 30´s into a Science Centre for science and technology in Heilbronn in 2007 against well-known competitors. Studioinges realised the redevelopment of the warehouse – known as..

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In 1965, Louis Kahn was called on to design a library and dining area for the high school community at Phillips Exeter Academy.

This library is one of the most important and visually austere buildings Kahn built for an American university.
The architect was chosen based on the results..

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Indian Institute of Management

Vastrapur, Ahmedabad, India
by Louis Kahn

While Louis Kahn was designing the National Assembly Building of Bangladesh in 1962, he was approached by an admiring Indian architect, Balkrishna Doshi, to design the 60 acre campus for the Indian Institute of Management in Ahmedabad, India. Much like his project in Bangladesh, he was faced..

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Richard Plüddemann

Wroclaw, Poland
born 1846, Geese

Richard Adolf Odo Plüddemann was a German architect and designer, for 23 years advisor construction in Wroclaw. Plüddemann brick buildings today are an integral part of the urban landscape.

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This brick Pavilion designed by Alvaro Siza and bavarian architect Rudolf Finsterwalder is perhaps one of the most fitting architecture in Hombroich Rocket Station.

The constructions started in 1995, when Finsterwalder was an associate in the office of Siza in Porto. After a while it stopped..

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3 Kapellen

Neuss, Germany
by Per Kirkeby

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This private residence, including the architect’s own office, is located in Berlin’s famous garden suburb of Wannsee, close to the lakes and streams of the Havel River.

The basic idea was to create a modern style villa, integrating two separate uses within one tight building space on a fairly..

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Turm Hombroich

Neuss, Germany
by Erwin Hee­rich

Turm is one of ten walk-in sculptural buildings that make up The Insel Hombroich Museum which is embedded in a park and water-meadows along the river Erft. The landscape has been intelligently and sensitively reshaped, with the buildings dotted throughout this as autonomous works of art. The idea..

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On 21 October 1941 thousands of civilians, mostly men, workers, peasants, professors, students, priests, and a group of Roma children were shot dead in the area of today's Memorial Park of Šumarica. The symbolism of the October genocide is transferred in the architectural concept constructed in..

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ABC Building

Seoul, South Korea
by Wise Architecture

The ABC Building is located around Sunjung-Reung park in Korea which has the royal tombs of Chosun dynasty. The buildings in Kang-nam area block the view to the royal tombs park, so the the roof of five-story ABC building suddenly opens to the beautiful landscape of the park.

The building is..

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