1950s Housing Projects

The large urban development complex from the post-war period is a candidate for another UNESCO World Heritage Site. Together with the Hansaviertel in the west of Berlin, it represents different political systems and shows post-war housing construction of the highest standard in a variety of ways. The former Stalinallee followed a national tradition with representative facades and floor plans. The monumental avenue, an oversized axis in Soviet gingerbread style, was intended to provide the young GDR with workers’ palaces.
We’ll show you the typical housing comfort of the “Allee” through interior visits, interesting insights and special views.

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    Project selection

    Kino International Josef Kaiser und Heinz Aust
    Galerie Central Berlin am Straußberger Platz
    Highrise at Weberwiese Hermann Henselmann
    Café Sybille
    Arcade House Ludmilla Herzenstein
    Kino Kosmos Josef Kaiser und Heinz Aust
    Frankfurter Tor Hermann Henselmann

    Duration approx. 2.5 h