Perspective of the entrance lobby of Kral Friedrich Schinkels Altes Museum in Berlin made by Schinkel in 1829. Schinkel remains one of the masters of the interconnection of architecture and its surroundings/garden. In his work we find lessons which are still relevant for contemporary architecture.

Perspective of the entrance lobby of Karl Friedrich Schinkel's Altes Museum in Berlin made by Schinkel in

Karl Friedrich Schinkel (1781 - 1841) “The Gate in the Rocks” 1818

The Gate in the Rocks, 1818 - Karl Friedrich SchInkel, oil on canvas, Staatliche Museen, Berlin

19TH CENTURY, Germany - Karl Friedrich Schinkel (1781-1841): Bauakademie, 1831-6 (dem.), Berlin

19TH CENTURY, Germany - Karl Friedrich Schinkel (1781-1841): Bauakademie, 1831-6 (dem.), Berlin

Jagdschloss Antonin - 1822-24 -  Karl Friedrich Schinkel

Jagdschloss Antonin - 1822-24 - Karl Friedrich Schinkel

Karl Friedrich Schinkel, Altes Museum, Berlin, 1830

Karl Friedrich Schinkel, Altes Museum, Berlin, 1830

Schinkel - Tuscan Villa (tuscos meos - Pliny's term) perspective - imagined by Schinkel based on the description of Pliny of an ancient villa near the source of the river Tiber in the Mountains of Tuscany

Schinkel - Tuscan Villa (tuscos meos - Pliny's term) perspective - imagined by Schinkel based on the description of Pliny of an ancient villa near the source of the river Tiber in the Mountains of Tuscany

A summer night’s dream of a great architect”: K.F. Schinkel’s plan for a royal palace on the Acropolis of Athens http://www.quondam.com/18/1834.htm

A summer night’s dream of a great architect”: K.F. Schinkel’s plan for a royal palace on the Acropolis of Athens http://www.quondam.com/18/1834.htm

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