Deutsches Historisches Museum - Berlin, Germany



Architect
Ieoh Ming Pei
Date Built
Completed 2004
Location
Hinter dem GieƟhaus 3
Description
This building, with its dramatic spiral walkway, is a modern extension to the Deutsches Historisches Museum.  It was designed by the Japanese/American architect I. M. Pei who was famously responsible for the pyramids at the Louvre in Paris.  This new exhibition space is known as the  Pei-Building and it is connected to the original building by a pedestrian tunnel.


















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