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Egon Eiermann, Deutschland : Architecture
Modern European Architects Practice – 20th Century Works
Egon Eiermann – Key Projects
Featured Buildings by this 20th Century German architect, alphabetical:
Blumberg textile mill, Baden-Württemberg, south west Germany
Date built: 1951
Bundestag building, Bonn, western Germany
Date built: 1965-69
According to Wikipedia The Bundeshaus (Federal House) building complex in Bonn served as the Provisional Parliament House of the Federal Republic of Germany, and thus the seat of the German Bundestag and Bundesrat, from 1949 until 1999.
German Embassy, Washington DC, USA
Date built: 1958-64
German Pavilion, Brussels, Belgium
Date built: 1958
Design with Sep Ruf (1908-82, German architect and designer, belonging to the Bauhaus group)
Expo 58, also known as the Brussels World’s Fair, was held from 17 April to 19 October 1958.
According to wikipedia around 15,000 workers spent three years building the 2 km2 site on the Heysel plateau, 7 km northwest of central Brussels. Many of the buildings were re-used from the Brussels International Exposition of 1935, which had been held on the same site.
IBM-Germany Headquarters, Pascalstraße 100, Vaihingen district, Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, south west Germany
Date built: 1967-72
Related unbuilt work at Böblingen, Baden-Württemberg, south west Germany: this unrealised project dates from 1965-66.
Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, Kurfürstendamm, Berlin, Germany
Date built: 1959-63
photo © Adrian Welch
Kaiser Wilhelm Gedächtniskirche
Olivetti building, Frankfurt, Hesse, western Germany
Date built: 1968-72
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Egon Eiermann – Practice Information
born in Neuendorf; died Baden-Baden
Egon Eiermann : Modern Architect
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