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Old November 24th, 2013, 05:09 AM   #1061
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Nice 3 projects

I like that project in Pankow.
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Old November 24th, 2013, 07:21 AM   #1062
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New Berlin Style again, this time in district "Lichtenberg"







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LOVE THIS BUILDING! When can I move in?
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Old November 24th, 2013, 07:23 AM   #1063
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Welser Straße 21 - Berlin Schöneberg





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Really diggin' this trend? towards 1920s architecture...
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Old November 24th, 2013, 01:48 PM   #1064
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Berlin is on the forefront of a New Urbanism and a classic-modern revival architecture that is unique in its style and gets the best out of today's and early 20th century architecture. New Berlin Style, that's what I call it.
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Old November 24th, 2013, 04:03 PM   #1065
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Berlin is on the forefront of a New Urbanism and a classic-modern revival architecture that is unique in its style and gets the best out of today's and early 20th century architecture. New Berlin Style, that's what I call it.
I noticed that New Berlin Style.... I like it. I hope we get some New Berlin Style architecture in Charlotte soon!

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Old November 24th, 2013, 04:24 PM   #1066
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Of course you will. Here, take some sincere Mecklenburg-Mecklenburg affection!

Sent from the heart of the original Mecklenburg-Strelitz dukedom to Charlotte, its beloved sparrow.
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Old November 24th, 2013, 06:20 PM   #1067
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Berlin is on the forefront of a New Urbanism and a classic-modern revival architecture that is unique in its style and gets the best out of today's and early 20th century architecture. New Berlin Style, that's what I call it.
Start a thread about it and get it out there!
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Old November 24th, 2013, 06:43 PM   #1068
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I'm already in collection mode and preparing.
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Old November 24th, 2013, 09:54 PM   #1069
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Schoenhauser Allee 9 - district Prenzlauer Berg

The Platoon-Arthall has to move again...

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Old November 24th, 2013, 10:21 PM   #1070
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Kastanienallee 40 - district Prenzlauer Berg - old building refurbishment

This old building gets refurbished:





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Old November 24th, 2013, 10:31 PM   #1071
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Lychener Strasse 35 - Raumerstrasse 5 - refurbishment of an old building

Another one here.



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Old November 24th, 2013, 11:18 PM   #1072
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Neukölln / Residential Development

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Mal kurz das Bild hier reinkopieren.
Echt erstaunlich wie schnell Neukölln sich verändert, mit so einem Projekt hätte ich in den kommenden Jahren noch nicht gerechnet.





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Old November 25th, 2013, 08:19 AM   #1073
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Of course you will. Here, take some sincere Mecklenburg-Mecklenburg affection!

Sent from the heart of the original Mecklenburg-Strelitz dukedom to Charlotte, its beloved sparrow.
We are indeed..in North Carolina and in Virginia... Of course Charlotte and Mecklenburg in North Carolina are much larger. Charlotte is almost 800,000 and Mecklenburg surrounding Charloote is just over 1 million.
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Old November 25th, 2013, 10:01 AM   #1074
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Berlin is on the forefront of a New Urbanism and a classic-modern revival architecture that is unique in its style and gets the best out of today's and early 20th century architecture. New Berlin Style, that's what I call it.
Erbse, i really appreciate your atemp to create a "new berlin" stile, but in fact that stile is nothing new at all and im pretty sure you know it

As you mentioned by yourself its mostly a revival of interwar modernism stiles of the 20/30 in germany, italy and france etc... Most of these Buildings in fact look very french.
Dont get me wrong. I like this stile (even as i am one of those terrible architecture students that are dogmatised with modernism only ) and most of the buildings really look great. its good we get those together with modernist buildings and it should spread to more cities in germany. But its in no way a new stile nor invented in Berlin ;D
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Old November 25th, 2013, 01:46 PM   #1075
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I don't see what's so French about these buildings. It's mostly oriented towards German "Neue Sachlichkeit", "Expressionismus", sometimes referring to the Bauhaus style and international Art Deco or even Jugendstil and the earlier Gründerzeit historicism. But of course these styles interferred with other European modern styles and many things look alike.

The style is new in being a revival. This wasn't seen before on such a large scale. And it's spreading from Berlin across Germany. Starting in the early 90s with different buildings by Hans Kollhoff and others influenced by city planner Hans Stimmann. That's why I'm calling it New Berlin Style.

There hardly is anything totally out of this world in architecture today. And I'm glad we're facing a revival boom in Germany, as our cities were so badly hit and riddled by war and post-war planners.
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Old November 25th, 2013, 03:37 PM   #1076
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I don't see what's so French about these buildings. It's mostly oriented towards German "Neue Sachlichkeit", "Expressionismus", sometimes referring to the Bauhaus style and international Art Deco or even Jugendstil and the earlier Gründerzeit historicism. But of course these styles interferred with other European modern styles and many things look alike.

The style is new in being a revival. This wasn't seen before on such a large scale. And it's spreading from Berlin across Germany. Starting in the early 90s with different buildings by Hans Kollhoff and others influenced by city planner Hans Stimmann. That's why I'm calling it New Berlin Style.

There hardly is anything totally out of this world in architecture today. And I'm glad we're facing a revival boom in Germany, as our cities were so badly hit and riddled by war and post-war planners.
In france it started with Post Modern movement in the 80s, which was way before the projects in Berlin.
Just some examples...


http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-LPXuwAdtol...0/P1010981.JPG


http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-vFgQJFguo1...00/Bofill5.JPG


http://www.ferienhausmiete.de/bilder...1252501699.jpg


http://pixde.cofman.com/jpg/600x400/1/852156_1.jpg

Youll find lots of these in france...

Or maybe its just me an all those french windows on "new berlin" stile
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Old November 25th, 2013, 03:57 PM   #1077
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Of course there's postmodernism in Berlin and many other places, too.

But nowadays it seems to be largely free of any ideology. It's basically built because the people want to live in this kind of buildings. And that's a really good sign, imho. Going back to normality of pre-war times.
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Old November 25th, 2013, 04:19 PM   #1078
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Starting in the early 90s with different buildings by Hans Kollhoff and others influenced by city planner Hans Stimmann.
So why are you not glad that Lüscher continues his work? Her influented buildings look exately like his

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Old November 25th, 2013, 05:41 PM   #1079
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Don't you see the two big differences between the buildings in the video (built under Stimmann) and the buildings, we know, Lüscher had a say with?
The Stimmann buildings actually encompass a wide spectrum of all sorts of architecture. From neo traditionalist, to modern (Bauhaus), to post modern, to contemporary. Stimman was actually quite open for all sorts of designs, as long as they managed to somehow fit the framework condition. Lüscher's spectrum of styles is...just Bauhaus. Buildings look all the same, practically interchangeable. Lüscher isn't open at all for anything pre-Bauhaus.
And there we come to the second big difference: Under Stimman there were, because of the wide spectrum of styles, some true highlights, buildings that are now indispensable for Berlin. The video is full of them (even if there are also some flops). Which of the bland boxes, that Lüscher leaves us with, will be seen as indispensable and a highlight of architecture a decade later...?

Boy, was Stimmann a blessing for post-Wall Berlin. We can be actually very, very glad!

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Tolbert is right though, it's neither a new style, nor has it been invented in Berlin. It's not even very specific, except for the fact that it features classic elements. Some buildings infact look like copies from 1920s London, although the German style was similar.
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