What matters most is that a culturally and historically important building with a multi-functional interior is restored to the City and its future generations, that the Kupfergraben landscape is re-established, and a centre for architecture and urban development is created. This centre should be both an historical link as well as a forum for the further development of Schinkel’s ideas and the institution of the Academy of Architecture and thus justify Berlin’s international reputation of being a city of studies with long-term effect.
In March 2001, a project based on the proposals of the Study Group was exhibited by the Interessengemeinschaft Bauakademie at the MIPIM Cannes (2001).
So far, the Association has published its output under the title Mythos Bauakademie and has been in touch with the government and with people who are interested in the future usage of the building.
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