24.11.2023 until further notice. Friedrichswerdersche Kirche. For the first time since the opening of the Friedrichswerdersche Kirche as a museum, the space will feature a new documentary display on the life and diverse artistic oeuvre of Karl Friedrich Schinkel.
archINFORM-Homepage von Karl Friedrich Schinkel (*1781 †1841) – Deutscher Architekt, Bühnenbildner, Maler und Graphiker [mit Projektliste] #StandWithUkraine archINFORM – Internationale Datenbank für Architektur
Duke Franz Friedrich Anton von Sachsen-Cobunrg und Gotha bought the old seat of the Lords of Rosenau in 1805 for his son as a summer residence. His son Duke Ernst I had the little castle renovated in Neo-Gothic style between 1808 and 1817, by the architect Karl Friedrich Schinkel.
Karl Friedrich Schinkel, 1781-1841: The drama of architecture Karl Friedrich Schinkel Ernst Wasmuth Verlag, Tübingen, 1994 [paperback] [English]
Kino International sits on Karl-Marx-Allee, formerly Stalinallee, a street which tried to replicate the grand boulevards of Moscow, while bringing the 19th century classicism of Karl Friedrich Schinkel to housing for workers. The new buildings were intended to reflect the success of socialism, implying that soon everyone would be living ...
In the decorative arts, Neoclassicism is exemplified in Empire furniture made in Paris, London, New York, Berlin; in Biedermeier furniture made in Austria; in Karl Friedrich Schinkel's museums in Berlin, Sir John Soane's Bank of England in London and the newly built "capitol" in Washington, D.C.; and in Wedgwood's bas reliefs and "black ...