Internationale Architecture 1957 - The Hansaviertel
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© Marian Engels
© Marian Engels
© Marian Engels
© Marian Engels
© Marian Engels

Interbau 1957 – experimental and innovative, modern and of highest quality. A residential area, raised by the famous Bauhaus architects Walter Gropius, Gustav Hassenpflug and Eduard Ludwig.

In cooperation with Bauhaus Archive / Museum of Design.

  • architecture history
  • bauhaus
  • history of urban development
Duration2 Hours
ParticipantsMinimum number of participants: 4

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The Hansaviertel has originally been used as an exhibition area for contemporary residential architecture during INTERBAU in the heart of western Berlin. It has become a popular quarter for living. In competition to the east Berlin prestigious Stalinallee, it was the expressed aim to develop a surrounding of highest quality while considering social aspects. The guidelines followed were merely dictated by the Weimarer Republic's social demands: balconies, accessible rooftops, green surroundings, air and light, modern building technology. 

The involved planners were international: The Grand Old Man Otto Bartning was responsible for the general planning, the most renown architects from all around the world developed structural engineering respectively flat building plans. Right in between those buildings we will find works of Walter Gropius, Gustav Hasenpflug and Eduard Ludwig.

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