In 2009, Hamburg-based architectural firm Jastrzembski Kotulla began reconstructing the majestic Herrenhausen Palace, which was levelled in World War II, and restoring it in line with a design by royal builder George Ludwig Friedrich Laves. This book focuses on this palace and gardens.
In 2009, Hamburg-based architectural firm Jastrzembski Kotulla began reconstructing the majestic Herrenhausen Palace, which was levelled in World War II, and restoring it in line with a design by royal builder George Ludwig Friedrich Laves. Known until now for its magnificent baroque gardens alone, Herrenhausen Palace and Gardens will soon be restored to their full original glory.
Bernd Adam is an architectural historian, who developed the plans for the reconstruction of the Laves facade of Herrenhausen Palace. Oliver Herwig is a freelance journalist whose work focuses on contemporary architecture and design. Iris Lauterbach is a research assistant at the Zentralinstitut fur Kunstgeschichte, Munich. Georg Ruppelt is a literary scholar and director of the Gottfried Willhelm Leibniz Library.
Schloss Herrenhausen - The Historical Summer Residence of the Welfs Bernd Adam Destruction and Ideas for Restoration, 1943--2007 Oliver Herwig The New Schloss Herrenhausen Anne Schmedding Excursion: The Restoration of Schloss Herrenhausen Bernd Adam The Great Garden Iris Lauterbach A Garden Paradise as a Place of Learned Communication: Herrenhausen and Leibniz Georg Ruppelt Bibliography Picture Credits
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