BIG, Ole Scheeren and OMA compete for the Axel Springer campus in Berlin
The German publishing group Axel Springer has announced the three finalists in the international competition for the renovation and expansion of its Berlin campus, situated in the very central Kreuzberg neighborhood. The firms of Bjarke Ingers, Ole Schereen, and Rem Koolhaas have been selected over SANAA and Kuehn Malvezzi, the other two practices shortlisted from among the eighteen that submitted entries. An exhibition on show until 22 December at the Deutsche Architektur Zentrum (DAZ) in Berlin presented the three remaining candidates’ designs for the new 60,000 square meter complex.
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