Hanns Hopp

Hanns Hopp

Hanns Hopp was a German architect. Hopp was born in Lübeck and studied at the University of Karlsruhe and the Technical University of Munich. From 1918 he was employed as an architect for the local authorities in Königsberg, and from 1920 for the Deutsche Ostmesse, or Eastern Fair. From 1926 he worked as a private architect in Königsberg. In 1944 Hopp left Königsberg and settled in Dresden, continuing his professional career in East Germany. Between 1952 and 1966 he was President of the Deutsche Bauakademie, the national academy of architecture and construction. He died in 1971 in East Berlin. ... more on Wikipedia

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