Bofinger, Helge (1940– ). German architect, whose work has a geometrical clarity owing much to 1920s' precedents, including the new offices in the Wilhelmstrasse, Berlin (1992). He designed the BMW Headquarters, Munich (1987), and the Railway Station, Mainz (1988), among many other buildings.
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