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Walter Gropius und TAC ‐ The Architects Collaborative: Interbau Apartment Block im Hansa Viertel, 1956‐1957  / (c) Bauhaus‐Archiv Berlin / Foto: Christoph Petras

Walter Gropius und TAC ‐ The Architects Collaborative: Interbau Apartment Block im Hansa Viertel, 1956‐1957 (c) Bauhaus‐Archiv Berlin / Foto: Christoph Petras

Sa 23.05.2020
14:00-16:00 Uhr
bauhaus_tour

International Architecture 1957

The Hansaviertel | in English

The Hansaviertel, located in the heart of West Berlin, was originally intended as a presentation of contemporary residential architecture during INTERBAU. It has since become a popular residential area. In competition with East Berlin’s prestigious Stalinallee, the designers of the Hansaviertel aimed to create a high-quality living environment that also took social aspects into account. Standard features include balconies, accessible rooftops, green surroundings, open spaces, natural light and modern building technology. Stalinallee and Hansaviertel applied together for the World Heritage List.
Otto Bartning was responsible for the general planning and the most renowned architects from all around the world developed high- and low-rise buildings. The German architects included Walter Gropius, Gustav Hasenpflug and Eduard Ludwig.

Meeting Point: in front of Grips Theater, exit Bartningallee (U Hansaviertel)

Further informationen and booking via art:berlin

18 € | special price for members

Um die schnelle Verbreitung des Coronavirus in Berlin zu verhindern, ist das temporary bauhaus-archiv geschlossen.

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