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Old April 4th, 2014, 12:43 PM   #861
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Berlin-Schöneberg | Facade Reconstruction for Historical Gründerzeit Building | Ansbacher Straße 30 / Passauer Straße 38

Something crispy from Berlin for today!

The district of Schöneberg is getting a spectacular facade reconstruction:

This poor turd

http://abload.de/img/dscn0863kjpqbe3srt.jpg

will be turned into this!

http://www.fb-asset-holding.de/pages...ison-ouest.php


https://www.schaak-immobilien.com/De...lin-Mitte.html


http://www.panterasothebysrealty.com...-ouest-berlin/


The project is called Maison Ouest and is located at Ansbacher Straße 30 / Passauer Straße 38.
It's quite close to the famed KaDeWe department store.


For more recent facade boostings, check this fresh thread: Berlin Renovations & Reconstructions
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Old April 4th, 2014, 02:33 PM   #862
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St. Anne´s church in Warsaw

Probably the most impressive post-war reconstruction in Warsaw.

1945

http://www.swanna.waw.pl/galeria/107/duze/04_s.jpg


http://www.swanna.waw.pl/galeria/107/duze/07_s.jpg

Today

http://www.holidaycheck.pl/data/urla...1161619597.jpg

Interiors!

http://static.panoramio.com/photos/large/60412375.jpg


http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi...C3%B3r_HDR.jpg
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Old April 4th, 2014, 04:34 PM   #863
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The interiors of St. Anne's church were never destroyed. In fact, it nearly slid down the escarpment during the construction of the WZ Tunnel (according to "Warszawskie Konfrontacje")
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Old April 4th, 2014, 05:08 PM   #864
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St. Anne´s church in Warsaw

Probably the most impressive post-war reconstruction in Warsaw.
MEH. According to Warsaw "destruction standards" one can say that St. Anne went totally unharmed
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Old April 4th, 2014, 11:37 PM   #866
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Typical late barocco (18th century). Most of Polish Catholic churches have this kind of interiors. Unless they were destroyed afterwards.
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it's a shame they didn't save the 18th century kamienica on the corner that looked pretty intact:

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Old April 5th, 2014, 06:53 PM   #868
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kamienica on the corner
When it was built there were common opinions: it's a shame they didn't save the detached bell-tower of St. Anne's and erected this ugly kamienica next to her

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that looked pretty intact:
Yeah, before destruction it was pretty intact. After liberation it was fully burnt inside, which is visible in the upper photo.
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I see, thanks for explanation. The bell tower is beautiful indeed. But even surviving original walls to me have so much value, but Warsaw post war was a sea of walls, seen one wall seen them all, they were also very dangerous, many people were killed due to collapsing walls.
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Something crispy from Berlin for today!

The district of Schöneberg is getting a spectacular facade reconstruction:
Any pre-war pictures?
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Old April 10th, 2014, 02:18 PM   #871
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I don't have any, sadly.


Btw, would you all be fine with moving this thread to the international Classic Architecture forum? That way it'd get more attention and boost additional posts of reconstructions from around the world.

We could leave a redirect link here, so it'll still be found by everyone.
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Complete reconstruction in Budapest(Hungary).
One section in "Liget Budapest Project". The Transport Museum today:


Before WWII and circa in 2018:
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Sorry, I don't quite get it.
Does the second picture illustrate what will be rebuilt (nearly from scratch)?
And where does the structure from the upper picture belong in the second picture?
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What is there not to get?

The second picture obviously is a drawing from the late 19th/early 20th century and depicts the original building and how the building will look like again, if it is reconstructed.
The first picture is a recent photograph of the same building today, heavily simplified after the war.
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it's not clear, if it is rebuilt then it's a major undertaking, very impressive.
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Sorry, the second pictures is illustration. This are photo:


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Maybe now you will see now it was.

Not the best comparation, but you will get the idea... Recognize the arches, now build in...

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Maybe now you will see now it was.

Not the best comparation, but you will get the idea... Recognize the arches, now build in...
Oh, thanks. Great then. But that reconstruction looks nearly as challenging and expensive as Berlin Stadtschloss (that's why the first Keremart's post surprised me so I couldn't believe). What are the sources of funding it?
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The first picture is a recent photograph of the same building today, heavily simplified after the war.
Heavily simplified seems to be a nice understatement in that case.
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Wow. That Budapest Transport Museum project would be mindblowing. But who's funding this?

That'd almost certainly be the largest reconstruction of 19th century historicist/revival architecture I've seen so far. A great signal to bring back some of the gems of this era!

Is there a website, SSC project thread, Wikipedia article, anything?
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