Queen's Master's of Architecture Students Visit Berlin

From 23-27 October 2015, Michael Corr, Director of PLACE, Northern Ireland's Architecture and Built Environment Centre, Sarah Lappin and a group of ten Master's of Architecture students from Queen's carried out a study tour in Berlin.  In addition to studying multiple buildings and spaces in the city, the group also toured Hans Scharoun's Berlin Philharmonie building, visited Arno Brandlhuber’s infill building at 9, Brunnenstrasse which includes the project "BUG" by Mark Bain (2010), listened to Ignacio Uriarte’s piece “Counting (for) Eight Hours” at the Berlinische Galerie (2014) and heard Camille Henrot's piece "The Pale Fox" (2015) in Werner Düttmann’s St Agnes Church Berlin recently reconfigured by Arno Brandlhuber.

 St Agnes Church: photo by Matthew Murnin

St Agnes Church: photo by Matthew Murnin