Fritz Schupp

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Fritz Schupp (22 December 1896 in Uerdingen; † 1 August 1974 in Essen)[1] was a German architect. He was educated from 1914 to 1917 in Universities of Karlsruhe, München and Stuttgart. Despite working mostly alone, he associated with Martin Kremmer within a company based in Essen and Berlin. From 1949 was Schupp a teacher at T.U. Hannover. He built between 1920 and 1974 69 factories and plants. In Bergbauarchiv (Bochum), 17500 sketches are at searcher's disposal. His more known work was the Zollverein Coal Mine Industrial Complex, UNESCO's World Heritage since 2001.

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  1. ^ Daten nach Eintrag zu Fritz Schupp im historischen Architektenregister „archthek“, retrieved 26 September 2011
  2. ^ http://opus.kobv.de/zlb/volltexte/2006/841/pdf/WMB_1930_00_Inhalt.pdf
  3. ^ Wasmuths Monatshefte für Baukunst, 14. Jahrgang 1930, Heft 9 (online als pdf-Dokument), S. 414 (Innenansicht der Werkstatthalle)
  4. ^ "Heimatblätter 25". heimatverein-mengede.de. Archived from the original on 2015-04-02. 

More[edit]

  • Wilhelm Busch: F. Schupp, M. Kremmer. Bergbauarchitektur 1919–1974. Rheinland-Verlag, Köln 1980, ISBN 3-7927-0568-0.
  • Wilhelm Busch, Thorsten Scheer (Hrsg.): Symmetrie und Symbol. Die Industriearchitektur von Fritz Schupp und Martin Kremmer. Köln 2002, ISBN 3-88375-616-4.

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