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Filmmaker Hubertus Siegert discusses the changing architecture of Berlin live from World Architecture Festival 2016

Filmmaker Hubertus Siegert discusses the reconstruction of the German capital since the fall of the Berlin Wall in the second keynote presentation Dezeen is broadcasting live from World Architecture Festival 2016.

Siegert is revisiting his acclaimed 2001 documentary Berlin Babylon in a discussion with World Architecture Festival curator Jeremy Melvin.

The live stream of the talk has now ended, but you can still watch the full presentation in the video above or on Dezeen's Facebook page.

Dezeen is media partners for World Architecture Festival 2016, which this year takes place in Berlin in conjunction with the Inside festival of interior design.

Earlier today we streamed UNStudio founder Ben van Berkel's opening presentation. We will be broadcasting a number of other keynote seminars over the next few days from both events – including talks by Patrik Schumacher and Ross Lovegrove – as well as conducting interviews with the winners.

World Architecture Festival takes place from 16-18 November at Arena Berlin. Take a look at the full programme and learn more at: