Interbau Berlin, Berlin, Germany. Architect: Various Architects, 1957.
|:||Interbau Berlin, Berlin, Germany. Architect: Various Architects, 1957. Alvar Alto's residential tower with inauguration plack.|
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|:||Interbau Berlin, Berlin, Germany. Architect: Various Architects, 1957.|
|:||Interbau was a housing development, constructed as part of the 1957 International Building Exhibition (IBA '57) in the Hansaviertel area of West Berlin. The management of the overall plan was this Otto Banning, the urban design competition was won by Gerhard Jobst and Willy Kreuer, whose plans in a modified form of execution was later based. Working within constraints of size, layout and cost, forty-eight architects designed a huge range of accommodation, both low- and high-rise, with many permutations in plan. Contributing architects included: Alvar Aalto, Jacob Bakema, Paul Baumgarten, Luciano Baldessari, Le Corbusier, Werner Düttmann, Wils Ebert, Egon Eiermann, Walter Gropius, Arne Jacobsen, Fritz Jaenicke and Sten Samuelson, Gustav Hassenpflug, Günter Hönow, Ludwig Lemmer, Wassili Luckhardt, Oscar Niemeyer, Godber Nissen, Sep Ruf, Otto Senn, Hans Scharoun, Franz Schuster, Max Taut, Pierre Vago, Jo van den Broek|
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