Architecture

Amtsgericht Tiergarten

The historical building of the Amtsgericht Tiergarten is absolutely worth a visit, even if you don't have an appointment in court.
9 Sep ’14 by Sara Architecture

Rotterdam

Matthias shares his impressions about Rotterdam.
4 Apr ’14 by Matthias Travel

c/o Berlin at Postfuhramt

The c/o at Postfuhramt closed down and re-opened in the Amerika Haus at Hardenbergstraße (Bahnhof Zoo).
13 Sep ’12 by Sara Places

Charité Campus Mitte

There is a spot amidst the city's heart that measures 180.000 m2, has its own street map, its own transportation system and, as some say, its own governmental structures with councils, committees authorities. Within a stone's throw of Hauptbahnhof, Friedrichstraße and the government district lies Campus Mitte of Berlin's university hospital Charité. Forming a little universe, the somewhat isolated Charité has its own history and its own stories to tell. Since the faculty is my alma mater, I roamed the historical campus to see what I may find.
1 Aug ’12 by Matthias Places

Berlin’s incredibly cool and impressive brutalist architecture

The modernist architecture style brutalism is rising in popularity again, and Berlin has a few incredible buildings that still preserve the impressive and incredibly cool era of utopian aesthetics. Let Matthias take you on a tour through Berlins brutalist heritage.
3 Jul ’12 by Matthias Architecture

Gropiusstadt

Lukas Fischer shares his works on Gropiusstadt with us.
9 Oct ’11 by Nico Architecture, Community