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Category list : Germany

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  • Tower

    Observation Tower by Birk Heilmeyer & Frenzel Architekten, Hemer, GermanySubscription

    Building29 November, 2013

     The crisply articulated lattice structure of a timber watchtower rises 23.5 metres from the Westphalian landscape

  • rrw34

    Architects in Love: Short Films of BerlinSubscription

    Essay1 November, 2013

    A lacklustre screening of short films in Berlin struggled to hold its audience’s attention but raised critical questions of the city’s relationship to its past

  • INDEX

    Art Bastion: Kunstmuseum Ravensburg, Germany, by Lederer + Ragnarsdóttir + OeiSubscription

    Building9 September, 2013

    Set in Ravensburgʼs atmospheric medieval core, the salvaged brick fabric of the townʼs new art museum is equally antique, but its architecture has a contemporary sensitivity and sobriety

  • gropius header

    Walter Gropius (1883-1969)Subscription

    Essay30 April, 2013

    The Bauhaus reduced even to its own door handles is considered to be Gropius’ greatest achievements.

  • Albert Speer

    Albert Speer (1905-1981)Subscription

    Essay23 October, 2012

    The career of Albert Speer, architect of Hitler’s unbuildable capital Germania (and of the Nazi war effort), is reviewed in Reputations

  • Marlschool

    Marl School in Germany by Hans ScharounSubscription

    Building23 October, 2012

    Scharoun’s school in the mining town of Marl has been saved from demolition and is being converted for use as a music school

  • Selbach

    Shortlisted: GORDON SELBACH, Weimar, GermanySubscription

    Building28 September, 2012

    A hauntingly visualised proposal for a family dwelling in the remote English Valleys of Cumbria

  • E30Service3

    Pedagogy: Bauhaus, GermanySubscription

    Essay28 September, 2012

    A boiling cauldron of modernism bubbles once more: Matthew Barac reports on the Bauhaus’s yearly, urbanism-focused course

  • Paul Klee, Tomb in Three Parts

    Bauhaus: Art as LifeSubscription

    Essay28 May, 2012

    Following the current trend of fascination with Bauhaus, the Barbican offers its own take on the contentious movement

  • Reyner Banham's Brutalist clarion call appeared in these pages in 1955: the conference, however, passed over Brutalism's birthplace

    Brute forces in BerlinSubscription

    Essay28 May, 2012

    A two-day conference in Berlin explored the international incarnations of Brutalism but didn’t quite manage a definition

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