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Haus Des Rundfunks, Berlin, Germany, Hans Poelzig, 1930

Haus Des Rundfunks, Berlin, Germany, Hans Poelzig, 1930

Hans Poelzig / Haus Des Rundfunks / Berlin / 1931

Hans Poelzig / Haus Des Rundfunks / Berlin / 1931

Kirche am Hohenzollernplatz | 1930-34 | Berlin, Germany | Ossip Klarwein (as architect in the office of Fritz Höger)

Kirche am Hohenzollernplatz | 1930-34 | Berlin, Germany | Ossip Klarwein (as architect in the office of Fritz Höger)

Haus des Rundfunks ('House of Broadcasting'), was designed by Hans Poelzig in 1929 and is the oldest self-contained broadcasting house in the world. The imposing street facade is 150 metres long, set with dark iridescent bricks and red-brown ceramic tiles. The main hall is a light well shimmering in bright yellow.

Haus des Rundfunks ('House of Broadcasting'), was designed by Hans Poelzig in 1929 and is the oldest self-contained broadcasting house in the world. The imposing street facade is 150 metres long, set with dark iridescent bricks and red-brown ceramic tiles. The main hall is a light well shimmering in bright yellow.

Palace of the Soviets and one for the League of Nations headquarters at Geneva. Expressionist architecture, Hans Poelzig

Palace of the Soviets and one for the League of Nations headquarters at Geneva. Expressionist architecture, Hans Poelzig

The “Haus der Freundschaft” (House of Friendship): a Megaform in Istanbul by Hans Poelzig (1916)

The “Haus der Freundschaft” (House of Friendship): a Megaform in...

The “Haus der Freundschaft” (House of Friendship): a Megaform in Istanbul by Hans Poelzig (1916)

Hans Poelzig @ Haus des Rundfunks Berlin [1929-1930], via Flickr.

Hans Poelzig @ Haus des Rundfunks Berlin [1929-1930], via Flickr.

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