The imposing building of the Humboldt Library was designed by Charles Moore, an internationally renowned architect, as part of the International Building Exhibition in 1987. His design was realised and the library opened in 1989.
In this informative and entertaining guided tour, architect and urban planner Carsten Joost broadens the view of how the special design of the interior and exterior space supports the significance of the library as an open place of cultural exchange.
(Program in German)
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