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The intention was to build a modern building which incorporated but did not replicate the past. As part of the cityscape, the composition of the four-storey gallery building reacts to its immediate historic context, while the scale of its window openings reflects the urban dimensions of a corner building. As an urban infill, the new building connects with both of its neighbouring buildings with regard to their respective building heights and occupies the footprint of the preceding building destroyed in the war , while at the same time developing its own sculptural quality. The facades are of brick masonry on reconstituted stone courses with no visible expansion joints, using salvaged bricks pointed with slurry.

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It occupies the footprint of a building destroyed in World War II. It is a contemporary building that reacts to its immediate historic context, referencing the past without replicating it. The location is unique in that it is where the urban block pattern typical of Berlin comes to an end and is replaced by a collection of large-scale independent structures. As an urban infill, the building is of a height that is consistent with both of its neighbours while developing its own sculptural language.

They are generously proportioned — bringing views of the city into the building as if part of the art collection — and are articulated by folding shutters and frames made of ipe, a tropical wood sustainably sourced and left untreated.

The interior is defined by daylight and proportion, while solid materials characterise the exterior. The building cores determine the organisation of the 5. The simple floor plan varies throughout the four storeys depending on the form of the volume and the placement of the window openings. The gallery spaces are side lit from different directions, and daylight is controlled by adjustable panels. The gallery building provides well-proportioned rooms for art to be shown, but also for living and working in: it is a townhouse dedicated to the arts, not isolated from the world but directly related to the cultural heart of the city.

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It occupies the footprint of a building destroyed in World War II. It is a contemporary building that reacts to its immediate historic context, referencing the past without replicating it. The location is unique in that it is where the urban block pattern typical of Berlin comes to an end and is replaced by a collection of largescale independent structures. As an urban infill, the building is of a height that is consistent with both of its neighbours while developing its own sculptural language. They are generously proportioned — bringing views of the city into the building as if part of the art collection — and are articulated by folding shutters and frames made of ipe, a tropical wood sustainably sourced and left untreated. The interior is defined by daylight and proportion, while solid materials characterise the exterior. The building cores determine the organisation of the 5.

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It occupies the footprint of a building destroyed in World War II. It is a contemporary building that reacts to its immediate historic context, referencing the past without replicating it. The location is unique in that it is where the urban block pattern typical of Berlin comes to an end and is replaced by a collection of large-scale independent structures. As an urban infill, the building is of a height that is consistent with both of its neighbours while developing its own sculptural language. They are generously proportioned — bringing views of the city into the building as if part of the art collection — and are articulated by folding shutters and frames made of ipe, a tropical wood sustainably sourced and left untreated.

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Gallery building Am Kupfergraben

It occupies the footprint of a building destroyed in World War II. It is a contemporary building that reacts to its immediate historic context, referencing the past without replicating it. The location is unique in that it is where the urban block pattern typical of Berlin comes to an end and is replaced by a collection of large-scale independent structures. As an urban infill, the building is of a height that is consistent with both of its neighbours while developing its own sculptural language. They are generously proportioned — bringing views of the city into the building as if part of the art collection — and are articulated by folding shutters and frames made of ipe, a tropical wood sustainably sourced and left untreated. The interior is defined by daylight and proportion, while solid materials characterise the exterior. The building cores determine the organisation of the 5.

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