Josef Paul Kleihues Architect, Germany

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Josef Paul Kleihues – Key Projects

Key Building Projects by Architekturbüro Kleihues + Kleihues, alphabetical:

Internatonales Bau Ausstellung, Berlin, Germany
Date built: 1980’s
IBA Neubau – controlled by J.P.Kleihues
IBA Altbau – controlled by H.W.Hämer

Mostly Rationalist style buildings

IBA Housing Berlin
photo © Adrian Welch

IBA Housing

Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Chicago, USA
Date built: 1996
Located at 220 East Chicago Avenue

Sprengel Museum, Hanover, Germany
Date built: 1972

Museum of Prehistory, Frankfurt, Germany
Dates built: 1980–86

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Location:Berlin, Germany ‘

Josef Paul Kleihues – Practice Information

Kleihues + Kleihues Gesellschaft von Architekten mbH studio based in Berlin and Dülmen-Rorup, both in Germany

Architekturbüro Kleihues + Kleihues : Berlin Architects

Josef Paul was born in 1933, Rheine, and died in 2004, Berlin

Josef Paul founded his own architecture practice in 1962 with Hans Heinrich Moldenschardt.


University of Stuttgart

Berlin Institute of Technology

École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris, France

Kleihues received international recognition for several museum projects, including for the Sprengel Museum in Hanover (1972) and the Museum of Prehistory in Frankfurt (1980–86). He continued designing museums, including the Civic Gallery and Lütze Museum in Sindelfingen (1987–90), the Berlin Museum of Contemporary Art, an adaptive reuse of the Hamburger Bahnhof, a 19th-century railway station, and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago.

Internatonales Bau Ausstellung : Hansaviertel Buildings, Tiergarten
International Building Exhibition
photo © Adrian Welch

American Architects

Architecture Studios

Kleihues + Kleihues : German Architects

German Buildings

Chicago Buildings

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