Built between 1942 and 1944 the „Atlantikwall” should protect Nazi-Germany from allied invasions. About 8000 bunkers were constructed along the coast from France to Norway, 1800 of them in Denmark.
“Kanzlerbungalow”, the German Chancellors’ official residence and venue for formal receptions from 1964 until the government moved to Berlin in 1999. It was designed by Sep Ruf, and built from 1963-1966.
Hohenschönhausen is the former prison used to house detainees of the East German State Security. From 1951 until 1989, the Stasi detained thousands of political prisoners at Hohenschönhausen Prison.
Documentation of the renovation of the assembly room (Aula) in the Kunsthochschule Berlin-Weißensee by the Wüstenrot-Stiftung.
Originally being East Germany’s central radio station, the Funkhaus Nalepastrasse was built from 1953 to 1956 by Bauhaus architect Franz Ehrlich and holds the largest studio complex in the world.