David Chipperfield

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Twenty-five years after the fall of the Wall, Berlin still struggles with its unsatisfactory urban form: its gaps, its duplications, and its unfinished nature. It is a city that has always been in flux, so complicated by its histories and counter-histories that its urban fabric seems to resist all attempts to reorder it.

Despite this, or probably because of it, Berlin seems to have become a great city again, and no one is more surprised than the Berliners themselves. To them it isn’t clear whether they live in a great political European capital, or a charming hippy town of pop-ups and clubs.…  Seguir leyendo »