maestri-Rudolf Schwarz

Rudolf Schwarz (15 May 1897, Strasbourg – 3 April 1961, Cologne) was a German architect known for his work on Kirche St. Fronleichnam, Aachen. He also played a decisive role in the reconstruction of Cologne after the Second World War.
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Rudolf Schwarz - Church of St. Anna, Duren

Rudolf Schwarz - Church of St. Anna, Duren

Rudolf Schwarz, Interior of Church Sankt Fronleichnam, 1930. Aachen, Germany. Photography by Albert Renger-Patzsch, 1930. Gelatin silver print.

Rudolf Schwarz, Interior of Church Sankt Fronleichnam, 1930. Aachen, Germany. Photography by Albert Renger-Patzsch, 1930. Gelatin silver print.

Rudolf Schwarz: St. Christophorus, Köln-Niehl, Fotos: Rheinisches Bildarchiv, Köln, 1954 - 1959. © Rudolf Schwarz, Nachlass Rudolf Schwarz, Köln

Rudolf Schwarz: St. Christophorus, Köln-Niehl, Fotos: Rheinisches Bildarchiv, Köln, 1954 - 1959. © Rudolf Schwarz, Nachlass Rudolf Schwarz, Köln

Rudolf Schwarz _ St. Theresia _ Linz

Rudolf Schwarz _ St. Theresia _ Linz

Church of Sta Anna: Rudolf Schwarz

Church of Sta Anna: Rudolf Schwarz

Rudolf Schwarz / Kirche St. Joseph, Köln-Braunsfeld / 1953-54

Rudolf Schwarz / Kirche St. Joseph, Köln-Braunsfeld / 1953-54

Rudolf SCHWARZ, Das Neue Köln 1950

Rudolf SCHWARZ, Das Neue Köln 1950

St. Fronleichnam 1931 by Rudolf Schwarz

St. Fronleichnam 1931 by Rudolf Schwarz

Rudolf Schwarz (architect) Oris The Meaning of the Sacred in Architecture

Rudolf Schwarz (architect) Oris The Meaning of the Sacred in Architecture

Church of Sta Anna, Düren, Germany by Rudolf Schwarz

Church of Sta Anna, Düren, Germany by Rudolf Schwarz

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