NY based architectural magazine about Flussbad Berlin
Nice update by Joann Gonchar in the american magazine Architectural Record about the initiatives to create natural swimming facilities in rivers dowtown NY, Berlin and London.
(...)One with considerable momentum is Flussbad for the center of Berlin, first proposed two decades ago by brothers Jan and Tim Elder, cofounders of realities:united, an art-and-architecture studio perhaps best known for its light and media facade on Peter Cook’s Kunsthaus Graz in Austria. The Flussbad project would transform the Spree Canal, the disused waterway that slowly flows alongside one edge of Museum Island, where many of the city’s important museums are located, into a 2,700-foot-long swimming channel, 50 feet across at its narrowest point. (...)
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