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Berlin Alexanderplatz
February 14, 2007
Hans Kollhoff will redesign Berlin’s Alexanderplatz. Already author of one of the towers that characterise Potsdammer Platz, the German architect won the competition for the reconstruction of the square that is currently an enormous empty space, conceived by East Germany as a setting for the military parades and mass gatherings. The Kollhoff project, a large block in the shape of a horseshoe, takes off from an old project conceived in the 1920’s by Peter Behrens. The operation plans for the construction of 1,300,000 square metres, including offices, apartments and shops, while the square’s new symbol will be a skyscraper 150 metres high. In the intentions of the Municipality of Berlin, the operation will be completed in 2013, and Alexanderplatz will become the new city centre.
 
 
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