Langhans, Carl Gotthard
Langhans designed several theatres, including the State Theatre, Potsdam (1795), which had a severely Neo-Classical façade, and the unadventurous Royal Theatre, Gendarmenmarkt, Berlin (1800–2—which burned down in 1817 and was replaced by Schinkel's Schauspielhaus (play-house)). He designed the Gothick top for the tower of the Marienkirche (Church of St Mary), Berlin (1789–90).
Arenhövel et al. (1979);
Lampugnani (ed.) & Robertson (1984);
Jane Turner (1996);
Wasmuth & and Muthesius (1987)
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