The World Architecture Festival, a three-day event for architects and interior design professionals, is being held in Berlin from November 15–17. Whether or not you are attending the Festival, we invite you to read the following articles focused on German architecture from the Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, which we are making available for free without a subscription for a limited time. 

The Cultural Center Architecture as Cultural Policy in Postwar Europe
Kenny Cupers

Luxury Apartments with a Tenement Heart: The Kurfürstendamm and the Berliner Zimmer
Douglas Mark Klahr

The Hut on the Garden Plot Informal Architecture in Twentieth-Century Berlin
Florian Urban

From “National Style” to “Rationalized Construction”: Mass-Produced Housing, Style, and Architectural Discourse in the East German Journal Deutsche Architektur, 1956–1964
Emily Pugh

Review: Die büürgerliche Villa in Deutschland 1830–1900 by Wolfgang Bröönner; German Cities and Bourgeois Modernism 1890–1924 by Maiken Umbach
Reviewed by Stefan Muthesius

Review: Albert Speer: Architecture 1932–1942, by Léon Krier
Reviewed by Barbara Miller Lane