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Berlin Modernism Housing Estates consists of six subsidized housing estates (Siedlungen) that testify to innovative housing policies from 1910 to 1933, especially during the Weimar Republic, when the city of Berlin was particularly progressive socially, politically and culturally. The properties are outstanding examples of the building reform movement that contributed to improving housing and living conditions for people with low incomes through novel approaches to town planning, architecture and garden design. The estates also provide exceptional examples of new urban and architectural typologies, featuring fresh design solutions, as well as technical and aesthetic innovations.Bruno Taut, Martin Wagner and Walter Gropius were among the leading architects of these projects which exercised considerable influence on the development of housing around the world.

Gartenstadt Falkenberg

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Gartenstadt Falkenberg

Grosssiedlung Britz (Hufeisensiedlung)

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Grosssiedlung Britz (Hufeisensiedlung)

Grosssiedlung Siemensstadt

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Grosssiedlung Siemensstadt

Siedlung Schillerpark

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Created 14-May-13
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Siedlung Schillerpark

Weisse Stadt

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Created 14-May-13
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Weisse Stadt

Wohnstadt Carl Legien

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Created 14-May-13
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Wohnstadt Carl Legien