Essence of Berlin-Tegel, the

In stock (1000 items available)
Tegel Airport, opened in 1974 in West Berlin, was not only finished under budget and on time but today also remains an impressive work of art. A sophisticated use of space created an “airport of short distances,” with as little as twenty-eight meters between the doors of the cars and the aircraft. In 2020, the terminal was closed. Photographer Peter Ortner captures his uniquely personal view of the airport complex with the remnants of its past glory.
ISBN 9783868596311. JOVIS.
available
  • $52.50
Qty:  
  • SKU
    9783868596311
Tegel Airport, opened in 1974 in West Berlin, was not only finished under budget and on time but today also remains an impressive work of art. A sophisticated use of space created an “airport of short distances,” with as little as twenty-eight meters between the doors of the cars and the aircraft. In 2020, the terminal was closed. Photographer Peter Ortner captures his uniquely personal view of the airport complex with the remnants of its past glory.
  • Subtitle
    Taking Stock of an Airport's Architecture
  • Author
    Peter Ortner
  • Publisher
    JOVIS
  • Release
    February 2021
  • Binding
    hb
  • Format
    112 pages. 100 colour ills. 22 x 17 cm
  • Status for WholeSale
    out of stock
  • Status for Website
    available