Austrian Embassy Berlin Building Project Photo, Tiergartenstrasse Design Property Image

Austrian Embassy Berlin Architecture

Key Architectural Development in Berlin, Germany – design by Hans Hollein Architects, Building Photos © Adrian Welch

post updated 23 September 2023

Location: Stauffenbergstraße 1 (south side of Tiergarten)

Date built: 1996-2001

Design: Hans Hollein Architects

Austrian Embassy Berlin Building

Austrian Embassy

Pre-patinated copper facade on key frontage – north onto Tiergartenstrasse

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Buildings close by include:

Saudi Arabian Embassy, Tiergartenstrasse
Saudi Arabian Embassy

Location: Stauffenbergstraße, Berlin, Germany, western Europe

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Hans Hollein was an Austrian architect and designer and key figure of postmodern architecture. Some of his most notable works are the Haas House and the Albertina extension in the inner city of Vienna.

Hollein’s early works were small scale designs, such as the Retti candle shop in Vienna, the capital city of Austria. This store design notably featured a facade constructed of anodized aluminum. In 1972, Hollein designed a series of glasses for the American Optical Corps.

Starting from the late 1990s, Hollein designed large-scale projects, including bank headquarters in Lichtenstein, Spain and Peru. Starting from 2010 he worked with Ulf Kotz and Christoph Monschein at the Hans Hollein & Partner ZT GmbH.

Hollein died on 24 April 2014 in the Austrian capital, after a long illness. He was aged 80.

Born: March 30, 1934, Vienna, Austria
Died: April 24, 2014, Vienna, Austria
Education: Illinois Institute of Technology (1959–1960), University of California, Berkeley, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna
Children: Lilli Hollein
Business partners: Joseph Kornhäusel, Louis Montoyer
Awards: Pritzker Architecture Prize

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