House of German Economy

Schweger + Partner

This building is for Deutsche Industrie-und Handelskammertag (DIHK--the German Chamber of Industry and Commerce), an umbrella organization for three groups (BDI, DIHT and BDA) founded in 2001 for key economic lobbyists. The building maintains the height levels of other buildings in the Spree River area and is also stone, like them. Since this is the headquarters for three organizations, some parts are separately used and others shared--like a conference tower and an inner courtyard/atrium. While this is a recent building, its style is restrained, except perhaps for the inner atrium (which I did not see).


Corner windows a la Wright!

Works Consulted or Quoted:
Rainer Haubrich et al. Berlin: The Architecture Guide. Braun Publishing, 2016. (German first edition, 2001)
Michael Imhof and Leon Krempel. Berlin. New Architecture: A Guide to the new Buildings from 1989 to today. Michael Imhof Verlag, 2012.

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