A 2.5 hour architectural walk through the center of Berlin.
Historical, classics and future projects along Friedrichstraße conducted by Berlin architects.

The walk starts in one of the most renowned museum in Berlin, the Jewish Museum. Right next to Daniel Libeskind's first construction a new quarter will be born. The southern part of Friedrichstadt had already been worth a pilgrimage for those interested in architecture as a central place of theIBA (International Architecture Exhibition 1984-87).
30 years on, something new is happening, an autonomous place for living and working at the former flower market and the media center of the Axel-Springer publishing house at Checkpoint Charlie.
Along Friedrichstraße we cut through the city and end the tour at the lighthouse projects in the heart of Berlin Mitte: the construction site of the palace and the future entrance building to the Museum Island, the James-Simon-Galerie.

Meeting point with Ticket B Architecture Tours at 11 o'clock: Platz vor der jüdischen Akademie across from the Jewish Museum
Walk to:
Jewish Museum and Academy (Daniel Libeskind)
Live and Work at the Flower Market
taz-building (e2a), Frizz23 (deadline), IbeB (ifau and Heide & von Beckerath) andMetropolenhaus (bfstudio-achitects)
IBA (International Architecture Exhibition 1984-87)
Housing projects (Hollhoffs&Ovaska, Arata Isozaki, Hermann Hertzberger)
GSW-Hochhaus (sauerbruch hutton)
Construction site Axel-Springer-Campus (Rem Koolhaas, OMA)
Monument Synagogue Lindenstraße (Zvi Hecker, Micha Ullman, Eyal Weizman)
Hauptstadtmodell (Capital mock-up)
Illustration on current architecture and urban planning
Townhouses am Friedrchswerder
Schlossplatz with overall illustration to the construction of Berliner Schloss (Berlin Palace)
Flussbad Berlin
Museum Island
UNESCO World Heritage Altes museum with pleasure garden (Karl Friedrich Schinkel, Hans Loidl), Berliner Dom (Berlin Cathedral) (Julius Carl Raschdorff), Kolonadenhof (portico) Levin Monsigny), Neues museum, (Friedrich August Stüler, David Chipperfield)
Flussbad Berlin
James-Simon-Galerie, New entrance building (David Chipperfield)
1.30 pm Finish

More information: http://www.ticket-b.de/a-cut-through-the-inner-city.html

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