Woldemar Brinkmann

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Woldemar Brinkmann (12 March 1890 – 31 December 1959) was a German architect and interior designer, he is associated with Nazi architecture. He worked with Paul Troost on several projects including an unbuilt Opera House that would have seated 3,000 people, three times as big as the Paris Opera or Vienna State Opera.

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  • Baugilde. Zeitschrift für die Deutschen Architekten - Baukunst, Bautechnik, Bauwirtschaft (i.e. The architect's guild. Journal for the German architects - architectural art, technology, and economics), 21. Jahrgang, Heft 2, 01/15/1939, page 43

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