Gropiusstadt - Walter Gropius designing the 1960ties
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© Varnhold / Schäfernolte
© Varnhold / Schäfernolte
© Varnhold / Schäfernolte
© Varnhold / Schäfernolte

Discover the marks of Gropius‘ Masterplan – modern urban living, connected to local supplies, schools and public transport.

In cooperation with Bauhaus Archive / Museum of Design.

  • Social architecture / urban development
  • Tour guided by an expert of the Bauhaus-Archiv
  • Walter Gropius
  • Bauhaus
Duration2 Hours
ParticipantsMinimum number of participants: 4

Further information

After his emigration to Great Britain / USA, Walter Gropius returned from the 50s onwards regularly to Germany, acting as an advisor, speaker or design architect. He developed the Masterplan for the Berlin Senat's intend on creating a suburban area that connects modern living with local supplies, schools and public transport on a large scale. In this way, the formerly known district Britz-Buckow-Rudow became Gropiusstadt. The results of this planing are modernistic and quite controversial - still today.

We will learn about Walter Gropius' intentions and its practical implementation. And we will see success and failure of the project.

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