German Architecture Prize recognizes sustainability over glamor

October 2015
Architecture Update;10/14/2015, p1
The article announces the German Architecture Prize received by architecture firm Sauerbruch Hutton in Berlin, Germany for the design of Immanuel Church and the community center in Cologne, Germany.


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