»Architecture starts when you carefully put two bricks together. There it begins.«
Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
Blog 10 Sep 2013
Magazine #13: 360° View
In the Schinkel Pavilion with Nina Pohl
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»It’s really a pity that every free space in Berlin is being covered with new development.«
The Schinkel Pavilion is a classic example of the cultural amalgamation that is Berlin. Designed by a modernist DDR architect Richard Paulick in 1969, the pavilion contains pieces of a historic nineteenth century building that was destroyed during World War II. Uncube talks to curator Nina Pohl about development in Berlin and how she has helped create a program that addresses the urban environment.
...and read more from issue no. 13, which is all about our home turf, Berlin.