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Energiebunker in Hamburg, Germany, by Hegger Hegger Schleiff ArchitektenSubscription

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Inventive reuse of a German Second World War bunker provides energy, and public space and amenities, in Hamburg

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AR_EA 2005 Prize Winner: Showroom in Pfalz, Germany by FNP ArchitektenSubscription

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From pigsty to showroom, this little histroic structure is cleverly reborn

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From the archive: Museum of Modern Literature in Germany by David ChipperfieldSubscription

By Rob Gregory

Thirty years after Stirling brought Po-Mo to Stuttgart, David Chipperfield reinstates Classical order

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The pavilion and the court: cultural and spatial problems of De Stijl architectureSubscription

1 December, 1981Updated: 26 November, 2018 By Richard Padovan

Richard Padovan focuses on two buildings, both designed in 1929, which represent the final resolution of Le Corbusier’s and Mies van der Rohe’s  response to and conflict with De Stijl: the Villa Savoye and the Barcelona Pavilion

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Folio: Typologies by the Bechers Subscription

10 February, 2016 By

Why must a water tower look like a UFO, or a coal bunker like a castle on legs?

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