Multimodality and Collaboration • Future Memory Work • Co-Creation

Funkhaus Berlin

The Funkhaus Nalepastrasse was built from 1953 to 1956 by Bauhaus architect
Franz Ehrlich. Originally, the Funkhaus was East Germany’s central radio station; it holds the largest studio complex in the world. The numerous recording spaces range from the 1000m2 concert hall, which can host a symphony orchestra, all the way down to a telephone booth. The acoustic characteristics of the rooms are of outstanding quality and extremely varied. [1]