Walter Krauspe

July 30, 1895 in Meißen, Germany
Jan. 29, 1968 in Göttingen, Germany

While Walter Krauspe was studying in Dresden, he also worked in Hans Poelzig's office. His travels through Europe, especially to the Netherlands, influenced his architectural style. After World War I, he began working as an architect for the city of Göttingen in 1922. The administration took a favourable view of him, making him the most important architect of the interwar period for early modernism in Göttingen. His most important municipal buildings included apartment buildings, an outdoor swimming pool and a school.



Göttingen, Germany
Geismar Landstraße