Architect Peter Busmann

Peter Busmann

Peter Busmann was born 1933 in Hanover. 1953-58 he did Architectural studies at Braunschweig and Karlsruhe and graduated under professor Eiermann
1962 he moved into his own studio in Cologne and won the Cologne architectural prize 1967, followed by many honorable prices and awards up to  the Order of Merit with Star of the Federal Republic of Germany in 1997. 1972 he founded Busman and Haberer with Dr.-Ing. Godfrid Haberer.

Museum Ludwig by Peter Busmann & Godfrid Haberer

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Important Buildings Peter Busmann & Godfrid Haberer

  • Depot Rheinischen Landesmuseum Meckenheim
  • University of Siegen
  • Glass Museum and Mansion Rheinbach
  • Von-der-Heydt-Museum Wuppertal
  • Suermondt-Ludwig-Museum Aachen
  • Wallraf-Richartz-Museum and the Museum Ludwig, Cologne
  • Dom-Rheinprojekt mit Wallraf-Richartz-Museum and Museum Ludwig
  • Philharmonie, Heinrich-Böll-Platz and Rheinterrassen, Cologne
  • Begegnungsstätte Alte Synagoge Wuppertal Elberfeld in collaboration with Zbyscek Oksiuta and Volker Pueschel
  • Capella Sta. Caterina, Bardino Vecchio Prov. Savona, Italien, with Barbara and Theo Heierman and Barna von Sartory
  • Matthew Church, Cologne, with H.G. Neussl
  • Protestant community centre Cologne
  • Philharmonic Hall in Saalbau Essen
  • Jahnhalle Kerpen
  • Stadthalle Coesfeld
  • Stadthalle Frechen, with Architekt Hoersch
  • Philharmonic Hall Cologne
  • Academy of Music Concert Hall Luxembourg
  • Cologne Music Academy
  • Jakob-Kaiser-Haus Berlin
  • Members houses of the German Bundestag
  • Schulungs- und Restaurantgebäude Sartorius AG Göttingen
  • German Broadcasting Archives Potsdam
  • Shopping Center Zingsheim Brühl
  • Culture and Media Center Bergheim
  • Landesvertretung Nordrhein-Westfalen Bonn,
  • Administration Building Jansen GmbH Neuss, with Manuel Reig and Otto Schärli
  • Inform Administration Building Aachen
  • German Embassy Kinshasa
  • District Court Brühl
  • Labour Office Brühl
  • City Hall Siegburg, with H.P. Schwarze