Since its reunification in 1990, Berlin has been the capital of the Federal Republic of Germany. As a cosmopolitan city and a centre of culture and science, it is one of the most visited cities in Europe.
In collaboration with renowned architects, Arup has influenced Berlin's urban landscape significantly since the 1990s. In addition to designing numerous government and administrative buildings, including the embassies of South Africa and the Netherlands, we were also involved in major masterplanning projects such as the regeneration of Potsdamer Platz and landmark developments such as the Sony Center and the GSW Hochhaus. One of our recent and particularly innovative projects is Germany's first student residence with a modular design.
Our multidisciplinary approach encourages a holistic view when we work on our projects – however large or small – thereby ensuring that we consider all aspects of the design.
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