Exterior of the German Chancellery (Bundeskanzleramt) on Paul-Loeb-Allee, Berlin

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Exterior of the German Chancellery (Bundeskanzleramt) on Paul-Loeb-Allee, Berlin
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Exterior of the German Chancellery (Bundeskanzleramt) on Paul-Loeb-Allee, Berlin Mitte, a federal agency serving the executive office of the Chancellor, the head of the German federal government. The current Chancellery building (opened in the spring of 2001) was designed by Charlotte Frank and Axel Schultes and was built by a joint venture of Royal BAM Group's subsidiary Wayss & Freytag and the Spanish Acciona from concrete and glass in an essentially postmodern style, though some elements of modernist style are evident. Occupying 12,000 square meters (129,166 square feet), it is also one of the largest government headquarters buildings in the world. By comparison, the new Chancellery building is eight times the size of the White House.
Location: Paul-Loeb-Allee, Berlin Mitte, Germany