The former INTERBAU exhibition area, between the Straße des 17. Juni and the S-Bahn station Bellevue, designed as a showcase for contemporary residential architecture, has long since become a popular residential district. The municipal ambition of West Berlin to have social living conditions of the highest design quality developed by international architects is in competition with Stalinallee. Here are the requirements of the Weimar Republic: balconies, walk-in roofs, surrounding greenery, air and light, modern building technology and room inventions against urban monotony. The old master Otto Bartning designed the basic plan, the most renowned colleagues between Brazil and Finland delivered high and low drafts. In the person of Walter Gropius, Gustav Hassenpflug and Eduard Ludwig.

Duration: 2 hours
Language: german
Meeting point: vor dem Grips Theater, Altonaer Str. 22, 10557 Berlin (U Hansaplatz)
Tickets: free

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030 68915008

images: copyright Marian Engels