A residential development which revolutionised the architecture of its day, with museum included
Right in the heart of Munich, the Borstei residential development seems attractive but otherwise relatively undistinguished today. When it was built in the late 1920s, however, as part of a burst of economic and industrial development, this complex of yellow façades and white windows revolutionised the architecture of the time. For architecture geeks, there's also a museum here about the life and times of the development and its developer, Bernhardt Borst.
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