Kamis, 26 November 2009

Hansaviertel Housing Altonaer Straße 4-14, Berlin Germany


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Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer designed this hochhaus in the Hansaviertel area of Berlin, completed in 1957. The 72 meter building contains 78 living units.

The entire structure is lifted off the ground floor in LeCorbusier fashion to open up the outside public area. Elevators are separated 7 meters from the building to clearly delineate the circulation route.

German apartment buildings take care to place living spaces facing the sun with balconies providing shading in the summer. One entire floor is dedicated to community activities for the entire building.

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