Albrecht Rosengarten

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Albrecht Rosengarten (1809–1893), was among the first Jewish Germans to be permitted to train and practice as an architect.[1]

While still a student, he assisted Heinrich Hübsch with the design of the Kassel Synagogue of 1839.[2]

books[edit]

  • Handbook of Architectural Styles, translated from the German in 1894

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mendelssohn to Mendelsohn: visual case studies of Jewish life in Berlin, Cyril Reade, University of Michigan Press, 2007, p. 149.
  2. ^ Architecture of the European Synagogue, Rachel Wischnitzer, Jewish Publication Society of America, 1964, p. 196.