In the upcoming mini-series, I gather photos of the architecture made by Hans Heinrich Müller (1879-1951). The work of this man is too forgotten, although he was the mastermind behind dozens of Electricity Stations which were constructed in Berlin’s 1920s and early 1930s. The Umspannwerk Kreuzberg is the first of his buildings that catched my attention. In later days, it happened often that I was researching a peculiar building that I’ve seen briefly and (once again) used to be an original Müller. Clear as the day, it’s time to hunt and collect his work once and for all!
Umspannwerk Kreuzberg (Paul-Lincke-Ufer, 1924-26)
Umspannwerk Bergmannstraße (1929)