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Berlin Architecture
Panel Discussion

Zankel Hall

David Chipperfield
Louisa Hutton
Jürgen Mayer H.
Jan Kleihues
Barry Bergdoll, Moderator
No city in Europe has been so radically transformed in recent years as Berlin. From 1991 until 2006, the controversial city building director Hans Stimmann guided the reconstruction of Berlin, bringing high-profile new architecture to the city, but with strict controls. Where will the city move architecturally in the years to come? Barry Bergdoll, Chief Curator of Architecture and Design at MoMA, hosts a panel of leading architects in a discussion of Berlin’s remarkable boom and its future.

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