Hans Heinrich Müller in Charlottenburg. The Umspannwerk Leibniz.

In this 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 the 1920s and early 1930s. Today: the famous Ummspannwerk Leibniz!

Hans Heinrich Müller's Umspannwerk Leibniz under construction (Berlin-Charlottenburg, April 1928)

Hans Heinrich Müller's Umspannwerk Leibniz under construction (Berlin-Charlottenburg, August 1928)Hans Heinrich Müller's Umspannwerk Leibniz (Berlin-Charlottenburg)

Hans Heinrich Müller's Abspannwerk Leibniz. Details. (Berlin-Charlottenburg, March 2014. Photo by Joep de Visser)

 

 

Hans Heinrich Müller's Abspannwerk Leibniz. Details (Berlin-Charlottenburg, March 2014. Photo by Joep de Visser)

Hans Heinrich Müller's Abspannwerk Leibniz, details. (Berlin-Charlottenburg, March 2014. Photo by Joep de Visser)

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2 thoughts on “Hans Heinrich Müller in Charlottenburg. The Umspannwerk Leibniz.

  1. Thanks Joep. I always enjoy reading your blog. I hope I get to Berlin one day! ( The Tourist Board should pay you good money. Visitor numbers are sure to increase tenfold! ) Cheers! Robert

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