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Unknown architect - Cafe Martini, Hamburg, 1929

Unknown architect - Cafe Martini, Hamburg, 1929

Böhm, Dominikus - Pfarrkirche St. Josef, Hindenburg / heute Zabrze, Poland (Parish Church of St. Joseph, Hindenburg / now Zabrze, Poland), 1929-1931

Böhm, Dominikus - Pfarrkirche St. Josef, Hindenburg / heute Zabrze, Poland (Parish Church of St. Joseph, Hindenburg / now Zabrze, Poland), 1929-1931

Sckopp, Ferdinand und Wilhelm Vortmann - Verwaltungsgebäude für den Deutschnationalen Handlungsgehilfen-Verband, Sitzungszimmer (Headquarters of the German Clerks Association, meeting room), Hamburg, 1927-31

Sckopp, Ferdinand und Wilhelm Vortmann - Verwaltungsgebäude für den Deutschnationalen Handlungsgehilfen-Verband, Sitzungszimmer (Headquarters of the German Clerks Association, meeting room), Hamburg, 1927-31

Bonnartz, Paul - Verwaltungsgebäude der Vereinigten Stahlwerke, Düsseldorf (Headquarters of the United Steel Works, Düsseldorf), 1922-1925

Bonnartz, Paul - Verwaltungsgebäude der Vereinigten Stahlwerke, Düsseldorf (Headquarters of the United Steel Works, Düsseldorf), 1922-1925

Gerson, Hans and Gerson, Oskar - Ballinhaus, Hamburg, 1922-1924

Gerson, Hans and Gerson, Oskar - Ballinhaus, Hamburg, 1922-1924

Unknown architect - Raum der Verlagsanstalt Alexander Koch GmbH, Pressa, Köln (Room of the Alexander Koch Publishing Company, Pressa Exhibition, Cologne), 1928

Unknown architect - Raum der Verlagsanstalt Alexander Koch GmbH, Pressa, Köln (Room of the Alexander Koch Publishing Company, Pressa Exhibition, Cologne), 1928

Höger, Fritz - Anzeiger-Hochhaus, Hannover, (Anzeiger Skyscraper, Hannover) 1927-1928

Höger, Fritz - Anzeiger-Hochhaus, Hannover, (Anzeiger Skyscraper, Hannover) 1927-1928

Hoetger, Bernhard - Atlantis Haus, Böttcherstraße, Bremen, 1926-1931

Hoetger, Bernhard - Atlantis Haus, Böttcherstraße, Bremen, 1926-1931

The Jenisch Haus in Hamburg, Germany. This countryhouse was designed by Karl Friedrich Schinkel and Franz Forsmann between 1831 and 1834 and is a beautiful example of neoclassical architecture in a somewhat pared down manner.

The Jenisch Haus in Hamburg, Germany. This countryhouse was designed by Karl Friedrich Schinkel and Franz Forsmann between 1831 and 1834 and is a beautiful example of neoclassical architecture in a somewhat pared down manner.

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