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Brick by brick: the building blocks of civilisation – in pictures | Centre Michelet, Paris, France, 1930, by Paul Bigot |  Bigot, who studied and later taught at the École des Beaux-Arts, is best known for building an 11m x 6m scale model of ancient Rome in plaster. His interest in history might explain the elaborate, sophisticated brickwork of this archaelogy institute. Photograph: William Hall

Brick by brick: the building blocks of civilisation – in pictures | Centre Michelet, Paris, France, 1930, by Paul Bigot | Bigot, who studied and later taught at the École des Beaux-Arts, is best known for building an 11m x 6m scale model of ancient Rome in plaster. His interest in history might explain the elaborate, sophisticated brickwork of this archaelogy institute. Photograph: William Hall

Tonhalle - gebaut zur GeSoLei hiess früher Rheinhalle

Tonhalle - gebaut zur GeSoLei hiess früher Rheinhalle

BRUNO PAUL, architect, a 1930 department store which is still in use today.

BRUNO PAUL, architect, a 1930 department store which is still in use today.

Wilhelm Kreis - Museum Kunstpalast im Ehrenhof

Wilhelm Kreis - Museum Kunstpalast im Ehrenhof

Bruno Paul - Disch House built 1930.

Bruno Paul - Disch House built 1930.

Wilhelm Kreis - Museum Kunstpalast im Ehrenhof

Wilhelm Kreis - Museum Kunstpalast im Ehrenhof

The Monadnock Building is one of the city's earlier skyscrapers and a textbook example of the Chicago School of Architecture. The landmark tower is unique in the sense that it was partially designed by both the Burnham & Root and Holabird & Roche firms.

The Monadnock Building is one of the city's earlier skyscrapers and a textbook example of the Chicago School of Architecture. The landmark tower is unique in the sense that it was partially designed by both the Burnham & Root and Holabird & Roche firms.

Luftaufnahme Ausstellungsgelände 1926 - Ehrenhof und Rheinterassen

Luftaufnahme Ausstellungsgelände 1926 - Ehrenhof und Rheinterassen

Wilhelm Kreis, Eingangshalle der Rheinhalle, GeSoLei, 1926

Wilhelm Kreis, Eingangshalle der Rheinhalle, GeSoLei, 1926

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