Haesler, Otto

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Haesler, Otto (1880–1962). German pioneer of industrialized housing construction and member of Der Ring from 1926. He designed buildings on the Dammerstock Estate, Karlsruhe (1927–8), collaborating with Gropius, and also designed numerous Modern Movement developments at Celle (1920–31), Kassel (1929–31), Misburg (1931) and Rathenow (1946–51).

Bibliography

Haesler (1930, 1957);
Lane (1985);
Oelker (2002)