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Nordic Embassies (Berlin)

Nordic Embassies, Berlin
 Denmark  Finland
 Iceland  Norway
Schwedische Botschaft Berlin 2004.jpg
AddressRauchstrasse 1
Coordinates52°30′31″N 13°21′02″E / 52.50861°N 13.35056°E / 52.50861; 13.35056
Nordic Embassies behind the copper facade

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.[1]

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 Felleshus, which includes the entrance to the complex, an auditorium and a canteen.


  • Complex and Felleshus (communal space) - Berger and Parkkinen
  • Denmark - 3XN
  • Iceland - PK Hönnun
  • Norway - Snøhetta
  • Sweden - Wingårdh Arkitektkontor
  • Finland - Viiva Arkkitehtuuri Oy

See also


  1. ^ a b Der Botchaftscomplex Common website (in German)

External links