The Sunday Times, Oliver Moody, 13. April

›In the eyes of one critic, the mass of concrete that houses Berlin university hospital’s animal-testing facilities looks like a »nuclear submarine that escaped from hell«.
Felix Torkar and Gunnar Klack, however, regard it as an indispensable piece of the capital’s heritage and time is running out to save it. Architects and art historians argue that it is a brutalist masterpiece that deserves to be protected.‹
(Oliver Moody)