OSW Werke . Berlin
Julian Breinersdorfer Architekten . renders: © ArtefactoryLab
When Oberfinanzrat Reinbeck built a country mansion on the banks of the river spree, he named it after his wife, Wilhelmine.
Wilhelminenhof then turned into a popular restaurant and landmark. In the late nineteenth century AEG built factories and power stations on the land. Some of these buildings still remain as icons of Berlins industrial architecture, like the Kabelwerk or Peter Behrens‘ Neue Automobil Gesellschaft. Continue reading Julian Breinersdorfer