The project, which redevelops parts of a former US Military barracks, takes a new approach to suburban development by combining affordability, individuality, and diversity, while prioritising pedestrians and greenery over cars.
The building is located in the Sudenburg district of the capital of Saxony-Anhalt and was built between 1900 and 1906, based on a design by Hermann Angelroth and Paul Thoemer from the Prussian Ministry of Public Works in Berlin
Two seven-storey office buildings of the same size were built on the previously undeveloped site at Seestrasse 66-67 in Berlin-Wedding as an extension to the commercial location of the listed Osram- Hoefe
Establishing a Prototype for European Urbanism – Right in Volkswagen’s Heimat Henning Larsen’s new masterplan for VW’s home city of Wolfsburg sets the standard for a more connected and livable European city
After more than a decade of planning, work has begun on the world's longest immersed tunnel. Descending up to 40 meters beneath the Baltic Sea, Fehmarnbelt Tunnel will link Denmark and Germany, slashing journey times when it opens in 2029.
The first line of a (architectural) drawing begins with an idea – no matter where it takes one and what form it will become. To Thom Mayne everything starts with an idea that leads to complex forms, to something unpredictable – unattainable