A fascinating journey that konfronteert us with the historical work of Sullivan, Mies van der Rohe, Frank Lloyd Wright, until the recent work of SOM and Jahn.
Jahn has made its mark in the eighties in the city of Chicago. He has distanced himself from the lessons of Mies van der Rohe, the modernist who has influenced so many architects in Chicago.
Our view of Berlin is still a little conditioned by the propaganda of the IBA-Machine. Making a virtue of necessity, can IBA be used to examin the past and the future of the current Berlin?