The large urban development complex from the post-war period is a candidate for another UNESCO World Heritage Site. Together with Karl-Marx-Allee in the east of Berlin, it represents different political systems and shows post-war housing construction of the highest standard in a variety of ways. The buildings of “Interbau 1957” were experimental and innovative. In West Berlin’s Tiergarten, they celebrated the revival of an international modernism designed by over 50 renowned architects.

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Residential buildings Oscar Niemeyer I Walter Gropius I Arne Jacobsen I Sep Ruf I Alvar Aalto I van den Broek und Bakema I Egon Eiermann and more
Eternit House Paul Baumgarten
Giraffe House Gerhard Siegmann
Hansa Library Werner Düttmann
Akademie der Künste am Hanseatenweg Werner Düttmann
Berlin Pavillon Hermann Fehling, Daniel Gogel and Peter Pfankuch

Duration approx. 2.5 h