Berlin Modernism

Jochen Visscher (ed.)

With an essay by Kerstin Wittmann-Englert and photographs by Alfred Englert

16 x 16 cm
96 pages, 100 col.

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No historical European city looks as modern as Berlin. Renovating and changing constantly, in the last one hundred years a notion of modernity in architecture peculiar to Berlin has developed in the German capital. In light of the multitude of meanings this term can have the present volume shows a broad spectrum of Modernism with its technical and constructive as well as formal and aesthetic innovations in the twentieth and beginning of the twenty-first century, marked by the great names of architecture, from Walter Gropius and Mies van der Rohe to Norman Foster and Zaha Hadid. Berlin Modernism is a photographic tour through one hundred years of European architectural history.

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