The Potsdamer Platz

Urban architecture for a new Berlin

Yamin von Rauch / Jochen Visscher

With contributions from R. Enke, W. Sewing, H. Wilderotter

21 x 27.5 cm
96 pages, 77 col. and b/w
English/ German
ISBN 978-3-931321-95-6

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Berlin’s Potsdamer Platz has become a magnet drawing not just Berliners, but visitors from all over the world. This book documents the history of Potsdamer Platz from its beginnings to its division by the Wall, and its redevelopment since the fall of the Wall in 1989 by architects such as Renzo Piano, Helmut Jahn, Rafael Moneo, and Arata Isozak. The essays by Roland Enke, Werner Sewing, and Hans Wilderotter cast a critical eye on this square as an urban design phenomenon.

Photographs by Alexander Schippel.

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