Stock Photo - The GSW Tower, standing in the middle of Berlin’s old newspaper district, was designed by the Anglo-German tandem of Mathias Sauerbruch and Louisa Hutton

Stock Photo: The GSW Tower, standing in the middle of Berlin’s old newspaper district, was designed by the Anglo-German tandem of Mathias Sauerbruch and Louisa Hutton.

Stock Photo - The GSW Tower, standing in the middle of Berlin’s old newspaper district, was designed by the Anglo-German tandem of Mathias Sauerbruch and Louisa Hutton ... . After the construction plans for the 21-floor building were made public, dubious experts nicknamed it the GSW Banana. However, once the building was completed in 1999, its curious crooked shape received a great deal of critical acclaim. The glittering, subtly curved massive tower shots out towards the Berlin sky, inspiring utter awe in passers-by. The concave Western facade is covered with multi-coloured sun blinds, which in the afternoon sun transform the tower into a colour orgy of pink and apricot.

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