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Shell Haus Berlin Germany Neue Sachlichkeit Architecture Arcitecture Architecture_collection Architecturelovers Architectureporn Waves Windows Window Lookingup Looking Up Berliner Ansichten Berlincity Berlin Photography Berliner Fassaden Showcase: February The Architect - 2016 EyeEm Awards Battle Of The Cities
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Shell House, architect Emil Fahrenkamp (1885-1966) After almost two years in construction, Shell-Haus opened in 1932. At the time the building was noted for its modernist design, for its striking wave-like façade, and for being one of the first steel-framed high-rise buildings in Berlin. In retrospect it is regarded as Fahrenkamp’s masterpiece and one of the most significant office block designs of the Weimar Republic. Wikipedia Architecture_collection Windows Geometric Shapes My Fuckin Berlin Urban Geometry EyeEm Best Shots - Architecture Architectural Detail LogopaedenLinien Architecture I Love My City Neue Sachlichkeit
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Cinema Babylon at Rosa Luxemburg Platz was build in 1929 and is regarded as typical of its construction period, Neue Sachlichkeit (often referred as Bauhaus era style). Today it still offers an arthouse cinema program. 1920s Arthouse  Bauhaus Bauhaus Style Berlin Berlin Mitte Berlin Photography Cinema City City Life Entrance Historical Building Illuminated Neue Sachlichkeit New Objectivity Night Night Lights Night Photography
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