Karl Friedrich Schinkel: Guide to His Buildings, Part 1

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Johannes Cramer, Ulrike Laible, Hans-Dieter Nägelke, Andreas Bernhard
Independent Publishing Group, 2007 - Architecture - 399 pages
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Contents

VOIVODESHIP
209
Kolobrzeg Town Hall
216
Toruii Church
223
Copyright

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About the author (2007)

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Johannes Cramer has worked as an architect in the field of historical preservation for almost thirty years, and he has supervised many important building sites, including the Museumsinsel Berlin (Berlina (TM)s Museum Island) and the Forum Romanum in Rome. He received his doctorate at the Technische Hochschule Darmstadt (Darmstadt University of Technology) and his qualification as a university teacher at the Technische UniversitAt Hannover (Hanover Technical University). Since 1997 he has been a professor of the history of building and city planning at the Technische UniversitAt Berlin (Berlin Technical University). He is active at the Schinkel-Zentrum (Schinkel Center) of the Technische UniversitAt Berlin and works together with the TU Berlina (TM)s graduate/mastera (TM)s program in historical preservation, which was established in 1998. He is the author of the Handbuch der Bauaufnahme (Handbook of Architectural Photography) and other works.

Stefan Breitling is an independent architect in Berlin and an assistant professor at the Technische UniversitAt Berlin (Berlin Technical University). His areas of special interest include living in the city, construction in historical context, and redevelopment technologies. He led the advanced training program "Architekten und Innenarchitekten in der Denkmalpflege" ("Architects and Interior Designers in the Field of Historical Preservation") for the Architektenkammer Berlin (Berlin Chamber of Architects).

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