Schloss Tegel, Renaissance Palace, circa 1558, renovated in a Classicist style by Karl Friedrich Schinkel for the Von Humboldt family in 1819, Berlin, Germany
Museum Schloß Ludwigslust
Schloss Tegel Interior, Schinkel
The Goldener Saal ("Gilded Hall") in Schloss Ludwigslust's central block rises through two storeys, with a colossal order of Corinthian columns and massive decorations carried out in stucco and the innovative moldable and modelable paper-maché called Ludwigsluster Carton.
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Schloss Tegel Interior | In 1824 Wilhelm von Humboldt had the palace rebuilt in a Neoclassical style by Karl Friedrich Schinkel.