Fahrenkamp, Emil

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Fahrenkamp, Emil (1885–1966). German architect. He assisted and then succeeded Wilhelm Kreis at the School of Applied Arts and the Academy of Arts, Düsseldorf. He designed the factories and administration buildings for the Rhine Steel Corporation in several cities (1920s), the I. G. Farben power-station, Frankfurt-am-Main (1945–56), and several churches, including those for the Lutherans at Düsseldorf (1926) and Essen (1927).

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Heuter (2002);
Hoff (1928);
Rittich (1938)