AEG turbine factory

Local namePeter-Behrens-Halle
LocationMitte, Berlin, Germany

The AEG turbine factory was built in 1909, at Huttenstraße 12-16 in the Berlin district of Moabit. It is the best-known work of architect Peter Behrens. The 100m long steel framed building with 15m tall glass windows on either side is considered the first attempt to introduce restrained modern design to industrial architecture. It was a bold move, and world first that would have a durable impact on architecture as a whole.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AEG_turbine_factory

Official Website http://www.stadtentwicklung.berlin.de/denkmal/liste_karte_datenbank/de/denkmaldatenbank/detailansicht.php?id=7173

Coordinates 52°31'42.871" N 13°19'28.259" E

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