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MODERNISM

District of Factories, Cruise Ships, and Rabbits

Modernist masterpieces of Berlin’s Siemensstadt

Wernerwerke X, Siemens (1928–1930, extended in 1937). © All photos by Slava Shestopalov
Island and lake in the park Jungfernheide; water tower on the horizon.
Island and lake in the park Jungfernheide.
Water tower in the park Jungfernheide.
Bathing pavilion in the park Jungfernheide.
“Armored Cruiser” by Hans Scharoun (1929–1930).
The eastern ending of the “Long Misery” by Hans Scharoun (1956).
The eastern ending of the “Long Misery” by Hans Scharoun (1956).
Trees between the blocks by Hugo Häring (1929–1930).
Building by Hugo Häring (1929–1930).
Building by Walter Gropius (1929–1930).
Building by Fred Forbat (1929–1930).
Buildings with arches above Goebelstraße and Schuckertdamm (1929–1933).
Memorial stone in the park of Wilhelm von Siemens.
Settlement Siemensstadt, Rapsstraße (1926–1927).
Settlement Siemensstadt, the beginning of Rapsstraße (1926–1927).
Settlement Siemensstadt, the corner of Rapsstraße and Harriesstraße (1926–1927).
Settlement Siemensstadt, the end of Rapsstraße (1926–1927).
Settlement Siemensstadt, Rieppelstraße (1926–1927).
Christopher Church by Hans Hertlein (1929–1932).
Siemens tower (1916–1918) and the Monument to the Fallen of Siemenswerke (1934, extended in 1970).
Charlottenburg-Nord housing development (1955–1961).
Charlottenburg-Nord housing development (1955–1961), signature windows-portholes.
Charlottenburg-Nord housing development (1955–1961), signature windows-portholes.
Metro station Siemensdamm (1980).

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