The Berolinahaus, built 1929-32 by Peter Behrens, used for retail and offices, on the Alexanderplatz, Berlin, Germany. This classical modernist building has been protected since 1975 as an example of the Neuen Sachlichkeit or New Objectivity style. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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The Berolinahaus, built 1929-32 by Peter Behrens, used for retail and offices, on the Alexanderplatz, Berlin, Germany. This classical modernist building has been protected since 1975 as an example of the Neuen Sachlichkeit or New Objectivity style. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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