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The Nordic Embassies in Berlin are the diplomatic missions of the Nordic countries to Germany, located in a common building complex, the Pan Nordic Building, in Berlin. The building complex was designed by the architects Alfred Berger and Tiina Parkkinen and completed in 1999.
The building comprises 6 individual buildings enveloped by a green, copper clad, snaking wall. Of the six buildings five are the embassies of Denmark, Iceland, Norway, Sweden and Finland, arranged geographically. The remaining building is a communal building called the Felleshuset, which includes the entrance to the complex, an auditorium and a canteen.
- Complex and Felleshuset - Berger and Parkkinen
- Denmark - 3XN
- Iceland - PK Hönnun
- Norway - Snøhetta
- Sweden - Wingårdh Arkitektkontor
- Finland - Viiva Arkkitehtuuri Oy
Media related to Nordic Embassies at Wikimedia Commons
- Nordic Embassies
- Embassy of Sweden (Swedish)
- Berger & Parkkinen page on the Embassy project
- Short film documenting the architecture of the Nordic Embassies
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