Unité d’Habitation

Type Berlin

The series leads through the „Wohnmaschine“ („housing machine“) by Le Corbusier, which was built in 1956-58 on the occasion of the International Building Exhibition in Berlin. Besides Marseille and Nantes, the „Unité d’habitation, Type Berlin“ is the third residential complex of that kind. A 17-storey high-rise building standing on reinforced-concrete stanchions with 557 apartments, which are accessible via nine centrally located „streets“.

Location

Berlin, Germany



Unité d’Habitation Berlin
Unité d’Habitation Berlin
Unité d’Habitation Berlin
Unité d’Habitation Berlin
Unité d’Habitation Berlin
Unité d’Habitation Berlin
Unité d’Habitation Berlin
Unité d’Habitation Berlin
Unité d’Habitation Berlin
Unité d’Habitation Berlin
Unité d’Habitation Berlin
Unité d’Habitation Berlin
Unité d’Habitation Berlin
Unité d’Habitation Berlin
Unité d’Habitation Berlin
Unité d’Habitation Berlin
Unité d’Habitation Berlin
Unité d’Habitation Berlin
Unité d’Habitation Berlin
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