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Contemporary Buildings in Germany, Europe: Design Studio Information

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Behnsich & Partner – Key Projects

Major Buildings by Günter Behnisch

Museum für Kommunikation, Museum Ufe, Frankfurt, Germany
Date built: 1990
Architects: Behnisch & Partner
German Post Museum
photo © Adrian Welch

Behnisch Architekten : Museum für Kommunikation Frankfurt
This is an early Behnisch building and pretty sedate compared with what he was designing shortly after, ie angular buildings that layer transparent surfaces with a firm nod to deconstructivism.

Munich Oympic Stadium, Germany
Date built: 1972
Frei Otto with Günter Behnisch

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Behnsich & Partner Practice Information

Architect studio was based in Germany

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German Architecture
Military History Museum Dresden
photo © Hufton+Crow Photography

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Günter Behnisch, born 12th June 1922 in Lockwitz near Dresden, spent his childhood in Dresden and Chemnitz. He was married to Johanna Behnisch and had two daughters and one son. After studying at the renewed “Stuttgarter Schule”, he started his practice in 1952. With his numerous national and international awards, prizewinning works and many personal honours he is one of the most recognized German architects, worldwide. Günter Behnisch died in July 2010 in Stuttgart.

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Jewish Museum Building
photograph © Bitter Bredt

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Frankfurt Museum of Modern Art
photo © Adrian Welch

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