The Cultural Agenda

Boeckl, Matthias
September 2008
Architektur Aktuell;Sep2008, Issue 342, p1
Academic Journal
The article introduces the topics of the September 2008 issue of the architectural journal "Architektur Aktuell" on the cultural aspects of architectural design in Berlin, Germany.


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