A House for All


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Berlin Two | Nordic Embassies

Designed by Alfred Berger and Tiina Parkkinen, the Felleshus/Pan Nordic Building was completed in 1999 and houses the embassies of Denmark, Iceland, Norway, Finland, and Sweden.  Felleshus in Danish translates to a house for all, apropos for a building harmoniously connecting the delegations of the Nordic region.  The embassies' spatial arrangement is consistent with their geographical positions, all of which are contained within the serpentine copper wall which surrounds them.  The entrance facade of the building is a composition of maple and glass, which opens to reveal an interior of concrete and glass details.  The Nordic Embassies are are a rich space of texture and light, and among the more intriguing spaces to explore in Berlin.

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