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Humboldt University Berlin, Jakob Wilhelm Grimm Centre

Objektbeschreibung

New construction of an eleven-storey university library based on plans created by the architect Max Dudler; the typology used in the design of its façade and interior is intended to resemble a bookshelf. A reading room is laid out on the inside of the Grimm Centre, spread over an area of approx. 70 x 12 m and with 20 m ceilings.
GFS: 37,500 m²

Bauherr

Senatsverwaltung für Stadtentwicklung

Ausführungszeit

2007 - 2008