New National Gallery Berlin

Built between 1965-1968, the New National Gallery is an icon of twentieth century architecture. It is the only structure to be built by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe in Germany after the Second World War. The first museum to be built as part of the cultural forum, the New National Gallery is a testament to architectural excellence that was ahead of its time.

After over 40 years of continual use there was considerable need for renovation work to respectfully repair damaged features and correct safety deficits. A large number of renowned and specialised planners were involved to come up with outstanding solutions that do justice to the significance of this icon.

KVL has been managing this exceptional project since the beginning of 2012 and supports the Federal Office for Building and Regional Planning in managing and coordinating the interdisciplinary planning team.