Famous for its synthesis of color and use of fluid curvilinear forms, Berlin-based Sauerbruch Hutton is the winner of the 2015 German prize for Architecture.
Originally from Austria, Fritz Eller was one of Germany's most important postwar architects. He helped shape the look of many cities in West Germany, designing such buildings as the state parliament in Düsseldorf.
The top award among the 65 countries and 100 studios participating has gone to a Swiss display focused on optimal living quarters. The theme of this year's show in Italy's La Serenissima is Freespace.
The Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art is celebrating its 10th anniversary under the title "We Don't Need Another Hero." Yvette Mutumba of the curatorial team speaks about postcolonialism and contemporary art.
The largest Jewish building project in Germany since the Holocaust, Berlin's Jewish Campus is set to break ground on Sunday. The site will accommodate some 500 children and is designed to instill hope.
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