The Berlinische Galerie compares the post-war architecture of east and west Berlin in a comprehensive exhibition that examines the building styles on both sides of the once-divided city.
The plans on display reveal Berlin's contrasting architectural and urban planning policies in the 1960s, a decade which saw the construction of major city buildings, some of whose existence is now threatened.
The exhibition features around 300 draft designs charting the development of important buildings such as the Alexanderplatz, Breitscheidplatz and Märkisches Viertel.
Wed-Mon 10.00-18.00. Tues closed.