Charlottenstraße 95, 10969 Berlin
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Radio Center Berlin
Until the fall of the Berlin Wall all the GDR's national radio stations operated from the broadcasting center in East Berlin. The 47.000 sqm building complex was designed by Franz Ehrlich and represents one of the GDR’s most important pieces of architecture. Functioning as a small town the site between Nalepastrasse and the river Spree was the working place of thousands of people. Since 2006 magma architecture has conducted selected refurbishments and developed design schemes for the future use of the buildings as music production and media centre.