In Döllgast's work the historic fabric, wartime scars and frugal 1950s work are bound together into a new construction that feels whole, inclusive of all the elements of its history.
It is a heavy building, made with thick brick walls, buttresses and round arches that feel quite rustic and rural, like a stripped down Italian village church.
Chipperfield, Kollhoff and Schinkel show the others how its done.
Vernacular agricultural buildings in rural France
The Unknown Political Prisoner Monument defines space in the loosest sense, as an open structure of thin steel wires through which the landscape and sky are framed, delicately pinned to the ground.
Marseille is a city where Modern architecture feels at home, where it sits comfortably in the landscape.