By Rainer Haubrich, Hans Wolfgang Hoffmann, Philipp Meuser
Berlin is not just the capital city and largest metropolis in Germany. It is also characterised by its most varying architectural landscape.
The present architecture guide provides access to this structural spectrum. Three proven experts guide the reader through all the historical architectural eras – from the middle ages right through to the present. The chronological sequence and the high-quality color photos clearly reflect the typical characteristic of every era. As well as approximately 500 individual buildings, the most prominent architects of Berlin and every era are introduced and portrayed. Several route suggestions provide the interested city wanderer with some direction.
Salenstein, 2006, 13.5 x 24 cm, Illustrated, 368pp. Paperback.