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Bambooline berlin in Germany by Peter Ruge Architekten

Thursday, August 16th, 2012

Article source: Peter Ruge Architekten

The bambooline berlin explores the cities urban development and proposes a new approach for the temporary, interim use of sustainable urban wasteland. A new, imaginary band complements the historically developed lines of the Berlin cityscape: the Berlin bambooline.

Image Courtesy Peter Ruge

  •  Architects: Peter Ruge Architekten
  • Project: Bambooline berlin
  • Location:  Berlin, Germany
  • Artist: Peter Ruge, Kayoko Uchiyama, Matthias Matschewski, Alison McNicol, Jan Müllender, Alejandra Pérez Siller, Zubin Daboo
  • Software used: Vectorworks and CS3 Photoshop for the drawings and images.

Image Courtesy Peter Ruge


Hashi Mori in Berlin, Germany by Affect Studio

Saturday, July 21st, 2012

Article source: Affect Studio

Located in the heart of Berlin, this newly completed izakaya restaurant combines traditional Japanese materials and hand craft with 3D modeling and computer programming to form an atmospheric space for dining. Responding to the client’s wishes for a cozy space that establishes a visual identity for the restaurant while also maximizing table count, the entire design intervention is achieved without the use of a single wall. A 56 sq meter ceiling installation serves as the main design feature of the restaurant.
By using the chopstick as a simple, repeating element, the project creates an immersive and highly intimate canopy over the space.

Hashi Mori

  • Architects: Affect Studio
  • Project: Hashi Mori
  • Location: Berlin, Germany
  • Software used: Grasshopper, Rhino, and Processing


Jewish Museum Berlin in Germany by Studio Daniel Libeskind

Friday, April 27th, 2012

Article source: Studio Daniel Libeskind

The Jewish Museum Berlin, which opened to the public in 2001, exhibits the social, political and cultural history of the Jews in Germany from the 4th century to the present. The museum explicitly presents and integrates, for the first time in postwar Germany, the repercussions of the Holocaust. The new extension is housed on the site of the original Prussian Court of Justice building which was completed in 1735 and renovated in the 1960s to become a museum for the city of Berlin.

JMB Next to Original Baroque Building (Images Courtesy BitterBredt)

  • Architect: Studio Daniel Libeskind
  • Name of Project: Jewish Museum Berlin
  • Location: Berlin, Germany
  • Building size: 166,840 sq.ft
  • Structure: Reinforced concrete with zinc facade
  • Photography: Guenter Schneider, Bitter Bredt, Torsten Seidel, Michele Nastesi and SDL


Glass Courtyard in Berlin, Germany by Studio Daniel Libeskind

Tuesday, April 24th, 2012

Article source: Studio Daniel Libeskind

The 7,000 square foot addition to the Jewish Museum in Berlin is located in the courtyard of the original building, which was built in 1735. The museum needed a multifunctional space that would provide additional room for the museum’s restaurant and extend the lobby to provide event space for lectures, concerts, and dinners. The distinctive architecture of the addition creates a space that can be used throughout the year while preserving the courtyard qualities of the baroque building.

Glass Courtyard at night (c) BitterBredt Photography

Glass Courtyard at night ((c) BitterBredt Photography)

  • Architect: Studio Daniel Libeskind
  • Name of Project: Glass Courtyard
  • Location: Berlin, Germany
  • Building size: 7,211 sq.ft
  • Structure: Steel structure with glass curtain wall cladding
  • Client: Jewish Museum Berlin


Flussbad in Berlin, Germany by realities:united

Wednesday, April 11th, 2012

Article source: realities:united

The goal of the Flussbad project is the permanent transformation of a 1.5-km stretch of river in Berlin’s historic center that has gone unused for more than 100 years.

The lower section of the course of the river, currently channeled as a canal, will be made into a space accessible to the public via two broad shoreline stairways at the Lustgarten and the Schlossplatz. The design alterations in this sensitive city-planning area, part of which belongs to the “Museum Island”, a UNESCO world cultural heritage site, are restricted to a minimum.

Perspective (Images Courtesy realities:united, studio for art and architecture)

  • Architect: realities:united
  • Name of Project: Flussbad
  • Location: Kupfergraben, Berlin, Germany
  • Type: Urban renewal and swimming-pool precinct, Berlin, Germany
  • Client: Kunst & Technik e.V.
  • All drawings/renderings: realities:united, studio for art and architecture


House L in Berlin, Germany by pott architects

Saturday, March 31st, 2012

Article source: pott architects

A house that grows out of the landscape 

Life in the countryside, in the midst of nature, has always had a magical, inspiring quality. To create a peaceful home in natural surroundings as a balance to the hectic world of work in the city is a lifestyle ambition which many people find especially appealing. These thoughts were the starting-point for the discussion with a family of four, who had chosen an extensive wooded site on a slope for the realisation of their plan to build themselves a home of distinctive character. The objective was a house designed sensitively enough to harmonise with its natural surroundings, leaving intact the mature trees and the whole forest-like atmosphere of the setting. The building was to feel wide open to the changing natural seasons and the sunlight, drawing them close into the family’s everyday home life. It was to be an ecologically responsible building, capable of functioning sustainably with minimum demand on resources.

Exterior View

  • Architect: pott architects
  • Name of Project: House L
  • Location: Glienicke, Berlin, Germany


Calvin Klein in Berlin, Germany by J. MAYER H. Architects (designed using ArchiCAD)

Sunday, March 18th, 2012

Article source:  J. MAYER H. Architects

The event presented the Spring 2011 and Resort 2011 offerings which were showcased within the context of a special installation piece created by prominent Berlin-based, J. MAYER H. Architects, who was commissioned by CKI to create a unique and impactful experience that unites the various lines under an overall theme and concept to express a total lifestyle statement.

Image Courtesy Ludger Paffrath

  • Architects:  J. MAYER H. Architects
  • Project: Calvin Klein
  • Location: Berlin, Germany
  • Project Team: Juergen Mayer H., Wilko Hoffmann, Thomas Gillioz
  • Project: December 2009 – June 200
  • Presentation: July 7th, 2010 at Muenze, Berlin, Germany
  • Client: Calvin Klein, Inc.
  • Represented by: LOEWS GmbH
  • Construction by: Liganova GmbH
  • Photographer: Ludger Paffrath, Berlin and J. MAYER H. Architects
  • Software used: ArchiCAD


Oil Silo Home in Berlin, Germany by

Monday, February 20th, 2012

Article source:

The Oil Silo Home, designed by in Berlin, recycles oil silos by transforming them into affordable houses. An oil silo is a storage container for compressed liquefied petroleum gas. There are approximately 49,000 oil silos in over 660 oil refineries worldwide! As the human population increases at an exponential rate, oil discovery decreases at an exponential rate. Soon all existing oil silos will be abandoned as fuel storage containers.

Exterior View

  • Architect:
  • Name of Project: Oil Silo Home
  • Location: Berlin, Germany
  • Software used: Rhino, Grasshopper, 3D Studio Max, and EcoTect


Corporate headquarters of Berlinwasser Holding AG in Germany by LANGHOF®

Thursday, January 5th, 2012

Article source: LANGHOF®

The corporate headquarters of Berlinwasser Holding AG are located in one of the oldest urban quarters of Berlin, the area surrounding the Molkenmarkt plaza. The exceptional building speaks a language all its own, its architecture reflecting the forms prevalent in expressionism and cubism. In addition, images of architecture as found in science fiction and fantasy novels, modern aesthetic principles as established by computer graphics, and the formal language of product design have all contributed to a building that could also be termed an event.


Night View

  • Architect: LANGHOF®
  • Name of Project: Corporate headquarters of Berlinwasser Holding AG
  • Location: Berlin, Germany


Andel’s Berlin Hotel in Germany by Jestico + Whiles

Thursday, December 1st, 2011

Article source: Jestico + Whiles

Since the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 the drive to rebuild and redefine the city has sparked ambitious development projects. This dynamism and Germany’s central location in Europe makes Berlin a thriving centre for business and a vibrant destination for tourists.

Image Courtesy Ales Jungmann

  • Architects: Jestico + Whiles
  • Project: Andel’s Berlin Hotel
  • Location: Berlin, Germany
  • Client: Warimpex, UBX
  • Interior Designer: Jestico + Whiles
  • Hotel Operator: Vienna International
  • Opening: 11/2011
  • Construction period: 18 months
  • Gross floor area: Approx. 14,000m2
  • Numbers of Rooms: 252
  • Photography: Ales Jungmann


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