German Architecture Museum

The German Architecture Museum (Deutsches Archirektur Museum, short name: DAM) is an exhibition venue in Frankfurt and a discussion center for architecture. The focus of the Architecture Museum is on several large temporary exhibitions, which the DAM dedicates every year to topics of modern and contemporary architecture at home and abroad. Congresses, symposia, photo exhibitions

Campanile

Campanile was a skyscraper up to 220 meters (722 feet) high, which was to be created in various planning variants in Frankfurt from the early 1980s, but was ultimately not built. A plot of land was planned for the Campanile tower south of the main train station (Hauptbahnhof), on which a parking space had been

Messe Torhaus

Messe Torhaus (translates to "Fair Gatehouse") was built in 1984 and is located on the grounds of Messe Frankfurt (the city's exhibition area). Messe Torhaus divides the exhibition grounds into an eastern and a western part. The skyscraper was designed by the well-known German architect Oswald Mathias Ungers, who wanted to depict plastically the destination