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IBA Berlin 1987

Berlin, Germany
by Hardt-Waltherr Hämer, ...

The International Building Exhibition 1987 (IBA) was an architectural exhibition and an urban planning concept of the Berlin Senate to regain the West Berlin city ​​center as a residential location. The idea came from the Berlin senate building director Hans-Christian Müller. The early urban..

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Rave House

Berlin, Germany
by Jan Rave, ...

At the corner of Dessauer Strasse and Bernburger Strase, architects Jan Rave and Rolf Rave envisioned an interesing residential buildings, constructed within IBA Berlin 1987 project. From the book "Postmodern Berlin:
Residential buildings of the 80s":

"Along Dessauer Strasse, which they..

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Hejduk Tower

Berlin, Germany
by John Hejduk

In April of 2010 the architecture community gathered to protect one of the many at risk postmodern buildings of the 1980s. The new owners of the Kreuzberg Tower by John Hejduk drew negative attention from notable architects when they began altering the building’s façade. The Kreuzberg Tower’s..

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The intervention on the Giudecca by Gino Valle is his recent and significant interpolation of contemporary housing in a historical context. It is a project of 94 housing units and commissioned by the city ​​council, located in Venice. The area of the Giudecca, on the edge of the city, is an area..

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Hotel Podgorica

Podgorica, Montenegro
by Svetlana Kana Radević

The most important of Kana’s works is Hotel Podgorica in Podgorica, Montenegro, whose design was the winning proposal at the competition. It was also her first important work which placed her at the very top of the architectural scene. The hotel was officially open on July 13th 1967, the..

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The monument is dedicated to the warriors fallen in the liberation wars, starting from the First Balkan war to the Second world war. Grouping different motives - a vertical dominant, a radial sequence of elements, separate groups - she managed to create a unique and moved memorial center. The..

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Hotel Zlatibor is one of the landmarks of the city of Užice in western Serbia. The hotel is named after the nearby mountains Zlatibor which is very popular for winter sports. After the demolition of prewar hotel that resulted in a loss of visitors in Uzice, so the decision was made to build a..

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The bus terminal in Podgorica near the city center was built in 1968. Kana Radević created an architecture that contributed significantly to the identity of Podgorica. With its massing, form and materials certainly was influenced by Le Corbusier’s building of the Parliament in Chandigarh, which..

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