Moore Ruble Yudell Building in Berlin
- Depicts the style and design philosophy of UN/DIVIDED and their contributions to Berlin
- Moore Ruble Yudell's Berlin projects has marked an important moment in the history of this city
- Including urban design, master planning, housing and commercial and institutional buildings
Each of Moore Ruble Yudell’s Berlin projects, which include urban design, master planning, housing and commercial and institutional buildings, has marked an important moment in the history of this city. For example, Tegel Harbor proclaimed humane values at the periphery of the West just before the barriers fell. Kirchsteigfeld and Karow Nord brought an improved standard of living to East Germany, welcoming it back into the fold after 60 years of oppression. Tiergarten Dreicke, with its three embassies and CDU HQ, is a major addition to Berlin as the capital of a reunited Germany. Each of these projects has a strong sense of place, developed in response to their unique contexts.
- Images Publishing
- 1st Jan 1980
- 309 mm x 233 mm
- 100 Pages
- 340 color, 45 b&w
- Name of series
- Images Monographs
Distributed by ACC Art Books
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