Religious Buildings

Magnificent churches are losing their original use and gaining increasing importance as cultural meeting spots for urban society. Berlin offers famous classics such as the ensemble of new buildings and ruins of the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, as well as new landmarks like the House of One project, a place of worship for Christians, Muslims and Jews. St. Agnes, a brutalist church cum gallery,, is a further example of the new context of formerly sacred spaces.
Even though the crematorium by Schultes Frank architects is not a classic sacred building, the exposed concrete architecture for mourning with echoes of Egyptian temples is one of the outstanding contemporary buildings in Berlin.

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St. Elisabeth Church Karl-Friedrich Schinkel I Klaus Block
St. Mary Church Abri und Raabe I Klaus Block
Parochial Church
House of One Kühn Malvezzi
St. Hedwig Cathedral Umbaukonzept
St. Agnes / Galerie König Arno Brandlhuber with Riegler Riewe
Chapel at Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church Egon Eiermann
Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church Ludwig Lemmer