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Haberer, Godfrid

Godfrid Haberer (born 1941)

Dr. Godfrid Haberer was born 1941 in Stuttgartand studied architecture at the Technical Univesity of Stuttgart 1960-66, where he graduated 1966 under Professor Gutbrod

1967 he collaborated in the award-winning competition draft for the Olympic Games in Munich at Behnisch und Partner, where he became project manager for the Olympics Project in Munich 1968-72. After this successful project he entered into partnership with Peter Busmann in 1972. In this partnership he received numouros awards and prices up to the architectural prize for concrete German natural-stone prize in 1995.


Important Buildings:    

Depot Rheinischen Landesmuseum Meckenheim
Glass Museum and Mansion Rheinbach
University of Siegen
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


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