Krebs, Konrad (1491–1540). German architect, he designed the Johann-Friedrichs-Bau (Johann Friedrich Building—1533–6) at Schloss Hartenfels, Torgau, one of the earliest and finest Renaissance ensembles in Saxony, with a central open stair-tower.
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