Josef Paul Kleihues

Josef Paul Kleihues (June 11, 1933, Rheine – August 13, 2004, Berlin) was a German architect, most notable for his decades long contributions to the "critical reconstruction" of Berlin. His design approach has been described as "poetic rationalist". http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Josef_Paul_Kleihues
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Josef Paul Kleihues. Architectural Design v.61 n.92 1991: 56

Architectural Design 56 Combination of overcoloring and aerial photo - good idea with random markings.

Josef Paul Kleihues. Architectural Design v.61 n.92 1991: 56

Architectural Design 56 Combination of overcoloring and aerial photo - good idea with random markings.

the minds eye in expressive black and white photography

The Minds Eye. The Fish-Eye staircase at the Museum of Contemporary Art [MCA]. Architect: Josef Paul Kleihues A r c h i t e c t u r e,Knock,Stairs,

Staircase (Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, designed by Josef Paul Kleihues)

Staircase, skylight, Calder © 2014 by Kevin Nance (Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, designed by Josef Paul Kleihues)

Stairs Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago by Adam Mrugacz

Stairwell in the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago designed by Josef Paul Kleihues.

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