In urban planning, the history of a community is usually reflected in a juxtaposition of different quarters shaped by the spirit of their respective epochs. The fact that there are ensembles from one and the same time in a city, which are to be understood as construction and counter-construction, is a trademark of Berlin, the formerly divided German capital. In particular, there are two listed ensembles for this "double Berlin": the Karl-Marx-Allee in the eastern part of the city built in the 1950s and the Hansaviertel in the west, which was built in 1957 for the International Building Exhibition.
UitgeverProf. Dr. Jörg Haspel
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Karl-Marx-Allee and Interbau 1957
Confrontation, Competition and the Co-evolution of Modernism in Berlin
Bezorgdatum:tussen dinsdag, 17. december en donderdag, 19. december