• How Berlin's Floating University Charts the Course for Future Architectural Education

    8 monthes ago - By Arch Daily

    © Victoria Tomaschko
    On the north side of Tempelhofer Feld , an airport-turned-park in southern Berlin , lays a large ditch. Surrounded by lots and bungalows and noticeable only to those in the know, this 19th century basin holds rainwater drained from the airport's defunct runways before it is fed into Berlin 's canal network. “We knew it was kind of a secret spot in the center of the city that nobody had on the map,” explains Benjamin Foerster-Baldenius of Raumlabor Architects. That is, until this summer.
    © Daniel Seiffert
    From April through September, the basin was occupied by a...
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