Berlin is well-known for its diverse and progressive architecture. While you may not find the Ludwig Erhard Haus in any tour books, its futuristic foyer is worth the trip. The building was designed by English architect Nicholas Grimshaw in 1994 and is used as a service center for the Chamber of Commerce and the Berlin Stock Exchange.
Berliners call the building “the armadillo” due to its distinctive shape.
The elevators really stand out to me. They look like futuristic space pods…