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Obergeschoss, Foto: Preis , Building between Dom and Römer since at the Deutsches Architekturmuseum DAM examines these and other questions and thus makes an important contribution to reflections about urban and architectural history. The exhibition shows the urban developments of the 20th and 21st centuries for this small area. Various urban design interventions and architecturally ambitious buildings, but also unbuilt designs, are presented in the architecturalhistorical and sociocultural contexts of their respective time periods.
The historical city center boasts an exciting and politically charged history with regard to architecture and its instrumentalization for identity and tradition, as is clearly described in this exhibition catalog. Frankfurt is presently home to more than , people from nations. The pace between the bank skyscrapers of the city skyline is faster than in many other cities, above all because of the well-developed infrastructure including Frankfurt main station and Frankfurt airport.
The quick tempo and constant change characterize life in this cosmopolitan commerce city now as in the past. For this reason, many Frankfurt residents — and numerous tourists — long for spaces of consideration and reflection. Such spaces already exist on the Mainufer, in the city forest, and in the Frankfurt green belt. In the future, the reconstructed small-grained structure of the new old town will be a space in the center of the city, which will radiate a feeling of belonging for some and one of historical meaning for others.
First mentioned in , Frankfurt has been a trade fair city since the Middle Ages. Between and , it was a Free Imperial City, and until also the coronation city of the Holy Roman Emperor.
Numerous trade courtyards, such as the Nürnberg Hof and the Rebstock-Hof, were established around the Krönungsweg. The buildings of this historical era were destroyed to a great extent during the Second World War. After the war, a modern and democratic Frankfurt grew out of the rubble. Some of the buildings constructed between the s and s have already been demolished, and are therefore themselves already part of history.