St. Agnes winner of 2016 Berlin Architecture Prize
St. Agnes has been announced winner of the 2016 Berlin Architecture Prize.
Built in 1967 by Werner Düttmann and redesigned in 2015 by Brandlhuber+ Emde, Burlon / Riegler Riewe, the former church and home of König Galerie is one of Berlin's iconic architectural landmarks and one of the most important examples of Brutalist architecture in Germany.
Currently in its tenth year, the Berlin Architecture Prize is awarded yearly by an international jury, chaired by Chris Dercon, director of Tate Modern, London.
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